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Full text of "Illustrated 1890 & 91 catalogue and price list of Bundy patent radiators made by A.A. Grifting Iron Co"

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Entered according to Act of Congress, Jan. i, in the year 1891, 

By a. a. GRIFFING IRON CO., 
IN THE Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



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POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. 

PRESS OF A. V. HAIGHT, 

1 1 LIBERTY ST. 



C^HCELLED 




CONTCNTa. 



Angle Indirect, - - - 

Announcement, - - ■ 

Baker Automatic Air Valves, 

Base, full size of Bundy, 

Bay Window Defiance, 

Box Base Direct Indirect, 

Brass Screens, . - - 

Brass Screens, List, 

Bronzing Liquid and Powder, 

Bundy Loop Wrench, - 

Ceiling Plates, . - - 

Circular Radiators, - - - 

Climax Indirect, - - - 

Code, Telegraph, - - S, 

Column, - - - - 

Corner, - - - - - 

Defiance Window, - - - 

Dining Room Hot Closet, 

Direct Indirect Box Base, - 

Elite Radiator, Bundy, 

Emery, Chas., E. M. E. Report, - 

Enlarged Bundy Loop, 

Enamel, Bundy, - - - 

Eureka Indirect, . - - 

Eureka Window Indirect, - 

Extended Surface Bundy Loop, 

Extended Surface Horizontal Indirect, 

Floor Plates, Bundy, - - - 

Four Row Bundy, 

Flower City, - - - " 

Horizontal Bundy Indirect, 



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Hot Closet Dining Room Radiator, - 32 

Hot Water vs. Hot Air, - 

Indirect Radiators, . . _ 

Japan, Bundy, - - _ - 

Marble Tups, - - - - 

Measurements and Tapping, 

Meigs, M. C, Report, 

One Row Bundy, - 20, 21, 28, 

Perfect Indirect, . - - 

Pet Cocks, Bundy, . . . 

Plates, Floor and Ceiling, 

Pyro Radiator. - - - . 

Pyro Wall, ... - 

Renaissance Radiators, - - - 

References. - _ - - 

Rochester Radiators, . - - 

Special Notice, - - - 

Stairway Radiators, - - - 

Standard Bundy Loop, 

Steam and Hot Water vs. Hot Air, 

Telegraph Code, - - - 

Thompson Loop, - - - - 

Two Row Bundy, - - i6i.<, 22, 

Three Row Bundy, 

Top Fret Work, Ornamental, 

Top. Marble, - - - - 

Triumph Radiator, 

Valves, Air, - - - - 

Valves, Bundy Loop, - - 

Wrench, Bundy Loop, - - - 



UBRARY 

0C7 7 1949 

JISFAT£lil OFFICE 

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115 

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- 117 
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COMPILING OUR CATALOGUE FOR iScjo-yt, we have emlxxlied therein a 
complete and comprehensive dcscripticm of all our Radiators up to date of issue, 
interspersing, now and then, data pertinent to the subject of heating which we 
believe will prove of interest and value to any one who may read same, 

^mpro^9ementi«i anil Piecjo SSei^ian;^. 

We have made improvements in some of our Radiators, and brought out 
many new designs and now feel, more than ever before, that we make the largest 
and best assortment of Steam and Hot Water Radiators to be found anywhere. 
Our variety comprises over seven thousand different styles and sizes and of any 
one size, say 36 square feet of Heating Surface, we make over 300 different 
styles. Please to bear in mind that we manufacture nothing but Radiators 
and iher immediate appurtenances, and so aim, and believe we have a right to 
claim that 

©Y^e maiCe e^sieri^tfiiiao" ir^ (ijfeamatic^ JfoT ©Wafer S^ailiafor/. 

i)ur extensive variety comprises a full line of Radiators having a Base and 
Top, Base and no top, Top and no Base, no Base nor Top, plain or nickel plated 
Top, Marble Top, Radiators with Arabesque (Moorish) Design, Renaissance 
Design, or plain, as the exigencies of the case may demand. 



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By the use of a special mixture oi iron we are able to produce goods of the highest possible grade, close grain and strong, 
homogeneous and highly effective. In all fair and impartial tests of Radiators the Bundy has shown a superiority of from 10 to 60 per 
cent., and in 200 such tests by Mr. Chas. E. Emery, M. E., the Bundy Radiator showed an average superiority of 19.17 per cent, as 
reported by him. Our Hot Blast Furnaces are a special pattern designed by us and used exclusively in our business. Our goods have a 
larger percentage of carbon than any other, and while this adds to their cost of production, it makes them practically non-rustable 
and more effective as Radiators of heat. 



^^»er Ucoentij-fi<je MiPPion Square 3cet of S^uni 



iator^S noos in 



The universal adoption of the Bundy Radiator during the past ten years, or since its introduction attests more strongly than can any- 
thing else to its great superiority. During this time over 25,000 of the largest and best buildings in the world have been equipped with 
them, and we are continually receiving letters from users of our goods stating that they have never given them the slightest trouble or cost 
one cent for repairs. Other Radiators may appear cheaper for the reason that they cost a trifle less at first, but subsequent cost of repairs 
to correct defects soon more than make up this difference. An inferior Radiator may do fairly well when new, but the test comes after 
years of service. The Bundy Radiator has been in use for a long term of years and has never once failed to give satisfaction when set to 
place by a practical man. 

IseAA Sue? i^ f^cquirei. ©y/Rere f^e J^uac^tj J?aiLiator \S> Ll^eS. 

This one item alone represents a saving to the user that pays a larger percentage on the investment than can be found any where, not 
taking into account the many other advantages also secured, long life of apparatus, noiseless operation, uniform, pleasant and healthful, no 
repairs or trouble of any description. 

^erifte^ Q)\t^ ^a& S^etter ^^ipping iJaciPifie^i tPian antj otfter point in tftc (Bounfrij. 

Not even the great metropolis is so favorably located as Jersey City in p 'int of shipping facilities. Its water frontage on the Hudson 
River and New York Bay, gives ready communication with every seaport of the commercial world. With all principal railroads terminating 
within its borders, it is linked with every city in the country. The result is that lower rates of freight and more prompt deliveries are 
secured from this point, than from any other in the I'nited States. 

Isarge ^tociC, pponr^pt (i)Ripment ansl 3<^''''^f<^'^^i°'^ (SJuaranfeeS.. 

Large '(uantities of regular goods we keep constantly in stock and can meet any demands promptly that may be made on us. We aim 
to please our customers in every conceivable way, for as we only manufacture Radiators and their immediate appliances we must satisfy 
a customer or lose his trade altogether. 

We thank our many customers and friends for their liberal use of our goods in the past, and shall endeavor, by keeping up our present 
high standard of production and giving careful attention to all orders to merit a continuance of their esteemed trade and patronage. 

A. A. ORIFFINQ IRON CO., 

Jersey City, New^ York, Ctiicago, Philadelphia. 

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aPGCIAE) NOTICn. 



IN ORDER TO SAVE CONSIDERABLE C0RRE6P0N DENCE REGARDING RESPONSIBILITY OF SHIPPER, 

CARRIER AND CONSIGNEE FOR LOSS OF AND DAMAGE TO GOODS, ETC, WE WOULD 

CALL THE ATTENTION OF OUR CUSTOMERS TO THE FOLLOWING: 




Is SOON as goods are delivered in good order and condition in Jersey City or New York, and 

a receipt taken for same, our responsibility ceases. Should the Transportation Company 

insist on our signing a release or other document in reference to their liability, we must 

comply ; this will not, however, in any way affect the right of the consignee (who is the 

real owner) to recover damages for any carelessness or negligence on the part of tlie 

carrier. It should be distinctly understood that we, as shippers, have no legal claim 

on the goods after they are delivered to the Transportation Company properly consigned, as 

the ownership has passed from us to the consignee. We will, however, endeavor to assist 

customers in getting claims adjusted. 

We make a great variety of Radiators, and many different sizes, and have a great many customers. 

Hence it is absolutel}' impossible to remember what kind of Radiator, size, and style of tapping each particular 

customer may use. 

To avoid mistakes in ordering, we would respectfully request our patrons to specify figure and size in our book. 
All Regular Steam Radiators are tapped J " X %" Right Hand, unless otherwise specified. 
All Regular Hot Water Radiators are tapped \}(" X i%" Right Hand, unless otherwise specified. 
All measurements in this book are as accurately given as it is possible to get them, but as foundry castings 
vary in size, even when taken from the same pattern, a fact which all practical men, especially foundrymen 
understand and appreciate, we wish to state, that we do not hold ourselves liable for damages when the 
dimensions of the goods vary somewhat from those given. They are the average dimensions and we do not 
think that users will experience any difficulty in following them. 

All claims for corrections or deductions must be made within ten days after receipt of goods. 
Terms, Cash in Thirty days unless otherwise agreed upon. 

Customers will protect their interests by examining goods to see that they have not been damaged in 
transit, before signing receipts for them. 

Bo.xingand crating, when required, charged for at cost. 
No goods insured, unless so ordered. 

Full instructions as to making and shipping, must accompany each order. Where no instructions are 
given, all goods will be made in the regular way and shipped by the most expeditious loute. 

Permission must be received from us before an)' goods can be returned ; and unless other arrangements are 
made, the party returning must in all cases pay freight and expenses, and be responsible for any damage to the 
goods until same are received by us. 

As all parts of the " BUNDY " Radiator are interchangeable, to substitute a loop, base or top, or even 
change the height of a Radiator, it is not necessary to return the Radiator to our Works, as such change can 
be made at the building, by giving exact size when ordering required part. 
All correspondence relating to business should be addressed to 

A. A. QRIFFING IRON CO., 

454 Communipaw Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 








^ODE FOR iOKRESPONDENCE. 



;:r—^,\Tll a view of rcducinu' the expense of telegraphing; and facilitating the transaction 
business between us, we have completed the following very complete Cipher 



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?Y9G ^ Ccnle. It will he found that a variety of questions and answers can be sent 
Y ''." by means of this Ci|)her, and a very little practice will demonstrate its great 
convenience. 

Please observe the following in writing a Cipher message : 
First. Begin every Cipher word with a Capital letter. 

Second. Whenever a blank occurs in a sentence, the word or words supplying 
such blank must follow the Cipher word of the sentence. 



Sample .Hessagd. 

IN PLAIN LANGUAGE, 38 WORDS. 

vShip via Star Union Line two three by twelve, four two by twenty, ten one by eighteen, 
all extended surface forty-two inches high, tapped one and one-quarter by one incli left hand 
iron tops, opposite ends. 

IN CIPHER, 13 WORDS. 

Hyena two Cattle, four Cargo, ten Calico, all Crumble Dotage Frantic Cupola Future. 



TELEGRAPH ADDRESS : 

GRIPPING IRON WORKS, JERSEY CITY. 



CABLE ADDRESS : 

BUNDY, JERSEY CITY. 



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NUMBER OR QUANTITY. 



ABAFT 21 

ABANDON 22 

ABANDONED 23 

ABATEMENT 24 

ABBEY 25 

ABBOT 26 

ABBREVIATE 27 

ABDICATE 2S 

ABDOMEN 29 

ABDOMINAL 30 

ABEYANCE 31 

ABHOR 32 

ABIDE 33 

ABIDING 34 

ABILITY 35 

ABNORMAL 36 

ABOARD 37 

ABODANCE 3S 

ABODIXG 39 

ABOLISH 40 

ABOLISHER 41 

ABOLITION 42 

ABOMINABLE 43 

ABOMINATE 44 

ABORIGINAL 45 

ABRASION 46 

ABRUPT 47 

ABRUPTLY 4S 

ABCESS 49 

ABSCOND 50 

ABSENCE 51 

ABSENT 52 

ABSENTEE 53 

ABSENTER 54 

ABSOLUTE 55 

ABSOLUTELY 56 

ABSORB 57 

ABSORBING 58 

ABSORBENT 59 

ABSTAIN fio 

ABSTAINER 61 

ABSTAINING 62 

ABSTINENCE 63 

ABSTRACT 64 

ABSURD..: 65 

ABSURDITY 66 

ABSURDLY 67 

ABUNDANCE 63 

ABUNDANT 69 

ABUSE 70 

ABUSED 71 

ABUSING 72 

ABUSIVE 73 

ABYSS 74 

ACADEMIC 75 

ACADEMY 76 



ACCELERATE 77 

ACCESSION 7S 

ACCENT 79 

ACCIDENT So 

ACCLAIM Si 

ACCLIMATE 82 

ACCORD S3 

ACCORDANT S4 

ACCORDION S5 

ACCOST 86 

ACCOUNT 87 

ACCROACH SS 

ACCRUE 89 

ACCURATE 90 

ACCUSE 91 

ACCUSING 92 

ACCUSTOM 93 

ACHIEVE 94 

ACHIEVING 95 

ACONITE 96 

ACORNS 97 

ACQUAINT 98 

ACQUIRE 99 

ACQUIT 100 

ACRID 105 

ACRIMONY no 

ACTION 115 

ACTIVELY 120 

ACTOR 125 

ACTUAL 130 

ACTUARY 135 

ACTUATE 140 

ACUTE 145 

ACUTELY 150 

ACUTENESS 155 

ADAGE iCo 

ADAMANT 165 

ADAPT 170 

ADAPTING 17; 

ADDICT iSo 

ADDITION 1S5 

ADDRESS 190 

ADHERE 195 

ADHERENT 200 

ADHESION 205 

ADHESIVE 210 

ADJ.\CENT 215 

ADJECTIVE 220 

ADJOIN 225 

ADJURE 230 

ADJUST 235 

ADMIRABLE 240 

ADMIRAL 245 

ADMIRE 250 

ADMIRING 255 

ADMIT 260 



ADMITTED 265 

ADMITTING 270 

ADMONISH 275 

ADOPTED 280 

ADORE 2S5 

ADORING 290 

ADROIT 295 

ADROITLY 300 

ADULT 305 

ADVENT 310 

ADVENTURE 315 

ADVERT 320 

ADVERTISE 325 

ADVOCATE 330 

AFFABLE 333 

AFFAIR 340 

AFFECTING 345 

AFFIDAVIT 350 

AFFINITY 355 

AFFIX 360 

AFFIXING 365 

AFFLICT 370 

AFFLICTION 375 

AFFLUENT 380 

AFFORD 3S3 

AFFORDING 390 

AFFRAY 395 

AFFRIGHT 400 

AFFRONT 405 

AFIRE 410 

AFRAID 415 

AFRICA 420 

AFTERCLAP 425 

AFTERNOON 430 

AFTERWARD 435 

AGAINST 440 

AGENCY 445 

AGGRESSOR 450 

AGGRIEVE 475 

AGHAST 500 

AGILE 525 

AGILITY 550 

AGITATE 575 

AGITATING .... 600 

AGITATIVE 625 

AGITATOR 650 

AGONIZE 675 

AGONIZING 700 

AGONY 725 

AGREE 753 

AGREEABLE 775 

AGREEING Soo 

AIDANCE S25 

AIDLESS 850 

AIMLESS 875 

AIMLESSLY 900 



AIRGUN 925 

AIRHOLE 950 

AIRTIGHT 975 

ALABASTER 1000 

ALACK iioo 

ALACRITY 1200 

ALARMBELL 1300 

ALARMED 1400 

ALARMING 1500 

ALBATROSS 1600 

ALBEIT 1700 

ALBIN iSoo 

ALBION 1900 

ALBUM 2000 

ALBUMEN 2100 

ALCHEMIST 2200 

ALCOHOL 2300 

ALDERMAN '2400 

ALERT 2500 

ALIEN 2600 

ALIGNMENT 2700 

ALLOT 2800 

ALLOW 2900 

ALLOY 3000 

ALLUDE 3100 

ALLURE 3200 

ALLUSION 3300 

ALMANAC 3400 

ALMOND 3500 

ALOFT 3600 

ALPHABET 3700 

ALTAR 3800 

ALTERNATE 3900 

ALUM 4000 

ALUMINATE 4100 

AMALGAM 4200 

AMASS 4300 

AMATEUR 4400 

AMATIVE 4500 

AMAZEMENT 4600 

AMAZON 4700 

AMBER 4S00 

AMEND 49C0 

AMERICAN 5000 

AMUCK 5100 

AMULET 5200 

ANALYST 5300 

ANCHOR ... 5400 

ANDIRON 5500 

ANECDOTE 5600 

ANIMATE 5700 

ANNOIT 5S00 

ANTIDATE 5900 

ANTHEM 6000 

ANTIC 61Q0 

ANTIPATHY 6200 



ANTIPHONE .... 6300 

ANTIPHONY.... 6400 

ANTIPODE 6500 

ANTIPOPE 6600 

ANTIQUARY.... 670.3 

ANTIQUATE .... 6800 

ANTIQUE 6900 

ANTIQUITY 7000 

ANTISEPTIC 7100 

ANTHLER 7200 

ANVIL 7300 

ANXIETY 7400 

ANXIOUS 7500 

AORTA 7600 

APARTMENT.... 7700 

APATHY 7800 

APERTURE 7900 

APEX 8000 

APHELION 8100 

APOLLO 8200 

APOLOGIZE 8300 

APOLOGY 8400 

APOSTLE 8500 

APPARATUS 8600 

APPAREL 8700 

APPARENT 880a 

APPARITION 890a 

APPEAL 900a 

APPEAR 9100 

APPEARANCE... 9200 

APPEASE 9300 

APPELLANT 94™ 

APPEND 9500 

APPENDAGE 9600 

APPENDANT.... 9700 

APPENDIX 9800 

APPERTAIN 9900 

APPETITE loooo 

APPETIZER 15000 

APPLAUD 20000 

APPLAUSE 25000 

APPLE 30000 

APPLEJACK 35000 

APPLEJOHN 40000 

APPLEPIE 45000 

APPLETREE 50000 

APPLIANCE 55000 

APPLICABLE 60000 

APPLICANT 65000 

APPLY 70000 

APPOINT 75000 

APPOINTEE Soooo 

APPRAISE S5000 

APPRECIATE... 90000 

APPREHEND 95000 

APPRENTICE . . . looooo 



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STYLES OF RADIATORS. 



NO OF SECTIONS. 


ELITE. 


1 TRIUMPH. 


CLIMAX- 


PERFECT. 


SECTIONS - - RADIATORS. 


I 


B.-VBY 


BEAD 


BLACKBIRD 


BOY 


50 


BRACELET 


2 


BACHELOR 


BEAM 


BLACKMAIL 


BOYLIKE 


75 


BRADAWL 


3 


BACKBITER 


BEAUTY 


BLAMABLE 


BOYHOOD 


100 


BRAZEN 


4 


BACKBOARD 


BEAUTIFUL 


BLAMEFUL 


BOYISH 


2<>0 


BREAKFAST 


5 


BACKGROrXD 


BECALM 


BLANKET 


BOYISHLY 


300 


BREWERY 


6 


BACKWARD 


BECOME 


BLEAK 


BOYISHNESS 


41)0 


BRICKLAYER 


7 


BAGPIPE 


BEDDING 


BLEND 


BOYSPLAY 


500 


BRICKWORK 


8 


BALANCE 


BEDECK 


BLISS 


BRACE 


600 


BRIGHTLY 


9 


BALCONY 


BEDMAKER 


BLOCKADE 


BRACER 


-00 


BRIMSTONE 


lO 


BALDPATE 


BEDTIME 


BLOCKHOUSE 


BRACING 


800 


BUCKSKIN 


II 


BALE 


BEDVVORK 


BLOCKHEAD 


BRACKET 


goo 


BUCKHORN 


12 


BALLAST 


BEFALL 


BLOODSHED 


BRACKETING 


1000 


BULLETIN 


13 


BALLOT 


BEFOOL 


BLOOM 


BRACKISH 


HOC 


BULLOCK 


14 


BANDAGE 


BEFRIEND 


BLOSSOM 


BRAD 


1200 


BULLSEYE 


15 


BANDANA 


BEGUILE 


BLUEBELL 


BRAG 


1300 


BULRUSH 


i6 


BANDBOX 


BEHAVE 


BLUEBOOK 


BRAGGED 


1400 


BULWARK 


17 


BANNER 


BEHEAD 


BOARD 


BRAGGING 


1500 


BUMBLEBEE 


l8 


BANQUET 


BEHAVIOR 


BOARDING 


BRAGGART 


1600 


BUNDLE 


J9 


BAPTISM 


BELLOWS 


BOASTFUL 


BRAGLESS 


1700 


BUNGLER 


20 


BAREFOOT 


BELOVED 


BOATMAN 


BRAID 


iSoo 


BUNION 


21 


BARGAIN 


BEREAVE 


BOBTAIL 


BRAIDING 


1 000 


BUNTING 


22 


BARLEY 


BESTOW 


BOLDFACE 


BRAIN 


2UOO 


BURDEN 


23 


BARLEYCORN 


BETRAY 


BOMBARD 


BRAINED 


3ootj 


BURDENSOME 


24 


BARONET 


BETIDE 


BOOKFUL 


BRAINLESS 


4UUO 


BUREAU 


25 


BARRACK 


BETROTH 


BOOTJACK 


BRAKE 


5000 


BURGLAR 


26 


BARRIER 


BETWIXT 


BOUOUET 


BRAKEMAN 


6000 


BURLESQUE 


27 


BARRISTER 


BEWAIL 


BOTANY 


BRAMBLE 


7000 


BUSHEL 


28 


BASEMENT 


BEWARE 


BONEDUST 


BRAMBLING 


8000 


BUTTERFLY 


2g 


BAYONET 


BEWILDER 


BOUNDLESS 


BRAN 


9000 


BYLAW 


30 


BAYTREE 


BEWITCH 


BOXWOOD 


BRANCH 


1 0000 


BYWORD 



ONE ROW. 



TWO ROW. 



CABBAGE I X 3 

ABIN 1 X 4 

CABLE IX 5, 

CABOOSE I X 6 

CACKLE I X 7 

CACTUS I X 

CADAVER IX 

CADENCE I X 10 

CADET I X II 

CAGE I X 12 

CALAMITY I X 13 

CALCIUM I X 14 

CALDRON I X 15 

CALENDAR i X 16 

CALICO I X I 

CALLOUS I X 20 

CALMNESS I X 22 

CALOMEL I X 24 

CAMEL I X 26 



CAMERA 2 

CAMPAIGN.... 2 

CAMPHOR 2 

CANARY 2 

CANDLE 2 

CANKER 2 

CANNIBAL... 2 

CANOPY 2 

CANVAS 2 

CAPITAL 2 

CAPSTAN 2 

CARAVAN 2 

CARBOY 2 

CARCASS 2 

CARDINAL 2 

CARGO 2 

CARPET 2 

CARRIAGE 2 

CARTOON 2 





X 


3 


X 


4 


X 


5 


X 


6 


X 


7 


X 


8 


X 


9 


X 


10 


X 


11 


X 


12 


X 


13 


X 


14 


X 


15 


X 


16 


X 


18 


X 


20 


X 


22 


X 24 


X 26 



THREE ROW. 



CARVING 3X3 

CASCADE 3X4 

CASINO 3 X 5 

CASKET 3 X 6 

CASTOR 3X7 

CASTLE 3X8 

CATACOMB 3 X 9 

CATARACT 3 X 10 

CATNIP 3X11 

CATTLE 3 X 12 

CAUCUS 3 X 13 

CAVALRY 3 X 15 



FOUR ROW. 



FIVE AND SIX ROW. 



CAVERN 4 X 3 

CAVITY 4X4 

CEDAR ..4 X 5 

CENTURY 4 X 6 

CHAINING 4X 7 

CHARITY 4X 8 

CHATTEL 4X 9 

CHECKMATE... 4 X 10 

CHERRY 4 X 14 

CHIEF 4 X 15 

CHILD 4 X 18 

CHIMNEY 4 X 20 

CHINESE 4 X 22 

CHURCH 4 X 24 



CIDER 5 

CINNAMON 5 

CITIZEN 5 

CIVIL : 

CLATTER 5 

CLERGY 5 

CLINCH 5 

CLINKER 5 

CLOAK 

CLOUD 6 

CLOVER 6 

COBBLER 6 

COCKNEY 6 

CODICIL 6 

COFFIN 6 

COLLUSION.... 6 



CIRCULARS- 


CORNERS AND COLUMNS. 


MISCELLANEOUS 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


COMBUSTION 10 Circular. 


COMPOSE 10 Corner. 


COTTAGE... Dining Room Hot Closet. 


CRUMBLE. 


. . E.xtended Surface. 


CO.MEDIAN....15 Circular- 


CONCERT 15 Corner. 


COURTSHIP. Window. 


CRYSTAL. 


. .Enlarged Surface. 


COMFORT. ...20 Circular. 


CONFISCATE.. 20 Corner. 


COURAGE . ..Horizontal Indirect. 


CULPRIT.. 


. .Hot Water. 


COMICAL 26 Circular. 


CONFLICT 25 Corner. 


CRAPE Angle Indirect. 


CUPID .... 


..Marble Binder. 


CO.MPANION ..34 Circular. 


CONFORM 2S Corner. 


CRAVAT Angle Pin Indirect. 


CUPOLA.. 


..Iron Tops. 


COM PA RISON. . 50 Circular. 


CONQUEST .26 Column. 


CRIBBAGE .Golds Pin Indirect. 


CURATE.. 


. Brass Screen. 


COMPASS 72 Circular. 


CONVULSION. 34 Column. 


CRICKET... Direct Indirect. 


CURFEW . 


. . Bronzed. 


COMPLEX 74 Circular. 


CORDAGE 50 Column. 


CRUSH Box Base. 


CURRENT. 


. Renaissance with Pillars. 


COMPLEXION i42CoIumn 




CRUMB Baker Air Valve. 


CUSHION. 


..Renaissance without Pil 
lars. 



iO 



HEIGHT FROM FLOOR TO TOP OF SCREEN. 



DAGGER lo' 

DAISY ii" 

DAMAGE 12' 

DAMPER 13' 

DAMSEL 14" 

DARKEN 15' 

DARLING i6' 

DATE 17' 



DAYLIGHT iS 

DAZZLE 19 

DEACON 20 

DEAFEN 21" 

DEBAIE 22' 

DECLARE ....23- 

DECOY 24" 

DEFAULT 25' 



DEFEND 26' DIGEST 34" 



DEGRADE 27' 

DEMOLISH 2S' 

DENTAL ... 21/ 

DEPART 30 i 

DEPRIVE 31'; 

DESTROY 32"! 

DEXTER 33' 



DIRK 35" 

DISH 36' 

DOCK 37" 

DOG 38' 

DOLPHIN 39" 

DOMAIN 40" 

DOTAGE 42" 



DOVETAIL 45" 



TAPPING. 



RIGHT HAriD. 

EGOTIST iU' X %' 

ELASTIC %' X X' 

ELDER i' X ?i 

ELEGANT i' 

ELOPE r > r 

EMBARK 1I4" 



RIGHT HAND. 

EMPIRE I'i" 

EMPTY iJi" 

ENGINE iJi' 

ENGR.WE ii^' 

ENGROSS i},f 

ENIGMA 2" 



FURY Same End 

FUTURE Opposite End. 



LEFT HAND. 

X %■ I FABLE %■ X %" 

X i' I FACULTY %• X H,' 

X i}^' FAIRY 1' X %" 

1 FASHION r 

X i" FETLOCK I X i' 

I FLOWER i',' 



LEFT HAND. 

FORGERY iM" X X' 

FRANTIC i\i" X i" 

FURNACE i)4' X iM' 

FURNITURE ij^' 



FURROW !}.£ X i" 

FURTIVE 2" 

FUTILE Feed in Top. 

FUTURITY Feed in Base. 



REFERRING TO FIG YOUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. 



I GABBLE 


•3J^ 


GIRDLE 


30 


GRAPHIC 


44'4 


GULLED 


61 


GURGLING 




2 GAINFUL 


14 


GIRLHOOD 


31 


GRATUITY 


44'-.- 


GULLING 


62 


GUSH 




3 GAITER 


M'2 


GIZZARD 


32 


GRAVEL 


44''4 


GULLER 


&3 


GUSHING 




4 GALLOWS 


15 


GLADSOME 


33 


GROUP 


45 


GULLERY 


64 


GUST 




5 GALVANIC 


16 


GLANDERS 


34 


GRUDGE 


45 K, 


GULLET 


65 


GUSTY 




6 GAMBLER 


17 


GLENDALE 


35 


GRUMBLE 


46 


GULLISH 


66 


GUT 




7 GAMESTER 


18 


GLIMxMER 


36 


GRUNT 


47 


GULLY 


67 


GUTTED 




8 GARB.\GE 


19 


GLISTEN 


37 


GUANO 


4S 


GULP 


6S 


GUTTER 




8JI GARDEN 


■9S^ 


GLOBULAR 


38 


GUARDIAN 


49 


GUM 


69 


GUTTERING 




9 GARLIC 


19'+ 


GLOMERATE 


39 


GUIDANCE 


50 


GUMMED 


70 


GUTTERAL 




10 GAUDY 


20 


GLORIFY 


39'^ GUIDING 


51 


GUMMING 


71 


GUY 




io.'4 GAUNTLET 


21 


GLOSSARY 


40 


GUILD 


52 


GUMMINESS 


72 


GUZZLE 




io\i GELATINE 


22 


GLUTTON 


40I: 


' GUILE 


43 


GUMMY 


73 


GUZZLER 




io\ GENIUS 


23 


GLYCERINE 


41 


GUILLOTINE 


54 


GUMPTION 


74 


GYMNASIUM 




II GENTEEL 


24 


GOBLET 


41 1 


' GUILTY 


55 


GUN 


75 


GYMNAST 




113^ GEOLOGY 


25 


GOLDEN 


42 


GUINEA 


56 


GUNNAGE 


76 


GYPSUM 




12 GHOST 


26 


GOSPEL 


42I 


' GULF 


57 


GUNNER 


77 


GYPSY 




12,1^ GIGANTIC 


27 


GOVERNESS 


43 


GUITAR 


5S 


GUNNERY 








12:'.^ GIMCR.\CK 


23 


GR,\CEFUL 


43 ' 


GULL 


59 


GUNNING 








13 GIPSY 


29 


GRADUATE 


44 


GULLET 


60 


GURGLES 











ORDERS AND SHIPMENTS- 




HABIT.... 


.Answer how soon can ship 




HANDCUFF. 


.Advices in regard to order ...too 


late, it wa^ 


HACKNEY. 


.Can ship at once if tapping is i' X /^ R. 


H. 




shipped 




HADDOCK. 


.Ship immediatelv. 




HANDSOME. 


.When will order No be shipped? 




HAGGARD. 


.Send shipping directions. 




HANGMAN.. 


.If you have shipped our order of.. 


. .please send 


HALIBUT.. 


.Will send directions by mail. 






tracer as we need it badly. 




HALLOW... 


. Have you shipped our order of ? 




HANKER. .. 


.Omit. . . .from our order of 




HALTER... 


. Your order was shipped 




HAPPY 


.Omit. . . .from our order No 




HAMLET.. 


.Your order will be shipped 




HATCHET... 


.Substitute on our order of . . .in place 


of 


HAMMER. 


.Add to our order of 




HATCHWAY 


.Add to our order No 




HAMMOCK 


.If vou have not shipped order of. . .hold for further 


HATEFUL... 


.Duplicate order No 






advices. 













CAN SHIP ORDER IN DAYS 


FROM RECEIPT. 




I HATRED 


6 HAWTHOX.V j II HE\DLON3 


16 HELLISH 


21 HERRING 


|2 HAUGHFv- 


7 HAZARD 


12 HEAP 


17 hevilo::k 




3;HAUNrED 


S HAZEL 


13 HEARSE 


iS HERALD 




4 HAvocK ; ; 


9 HEADLESS 


14 HEATHEN 


19 HERESY 




5 HAWK 


10 HEADWAY 15 HEBREvV 


20 HERO 





11 



Shipping Line. 











HEXAGON.. 


. . ."Vnchor Line. 


HONEST.. . 


.Hoosaac Tunnel. 


IIIDliOlS. . 


..A. T. &S. EeR. R. 


HOODWINK 


.Hull. 


HIGCI.K.... 


..Antwerp. 


HOPEFUL . . 


.Havre. 


HIGHLAND. 


. .Boat. 


HOPPER.. . 


.Hamliuri;. 


HIC.IIWAV.. 


..Bait. &0. R. R. 


HORNET ... 


.Kenawha Desp. 


HILARITY . 


. .Blue Line. 


HORIZON... 


.LacUawanna Line. 


HILLOCK. .. 


..Eiist..!. 


HORRID.. . 


.U>hisih Yallev R. R. 


HIXDICR ... 


. . Boiilcaux. 


HOSPITAL. . 


.Liverpool. 


HINT 


. .Continental Line. 


HOTHOU.SE. 


. London. 


HIKELIXG.. 


. Ches. & Ohio R. R. 


HOUND 


.Metropolitan Line. 


HISSLXG.... 


. Chi. & N. \V. R. R. 


HOSE 


.Mer. Desp. 


HISTORY... 


JZhu, Bur. & Quincy R. R. 


HOWLING . . 


.Mallory Line. 


HU'Ev^^r'. 


. Chi., Mil. & St. Paul R. R. 


HUCKSTER. 


.Morgan Line. 


Jiff^D 


.Clytle Line. 


HUMANITY. 


.N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. 


HO BART.... 


. . Charleston Steamer. 


HUMBLE.. .. 


.N. Y., N. H. & H R. R. 


HOBBY 


. .Chi., R. I. & P.-IC. R. R. 


HUMBUG. .. 


.Norwich Line. 


HOBBLE .... 


.Canada Southern. 


HUMORIST.. 


.N. Y., S. & Western R. R. 


HOBSON 


. Del., Lack. & Western. 


HUNGRY.. . 


.N. J. C. R. R. 


HOCK 


. .Empire Line. 


HUNTSMAN. 


.Old Dominion Line. 


HOGGISH .. 


.Erie Desp. 


HURDLE, .. 


.Penna. R. R. 


HOLID.AY'. . . 


. , Erie R. R. 


HUSBAND .. 


.Phila. & Reading R. R. 


HOLIXESS. . . 


. .Express. 


HUSKY 


.Red Line. 


HOLLAND. . . 


. . Fast Freight. 


HYENA 


.Star Union Line. 


HOMAGE.... 


. . First Steamer. 


HYPOCRITE 


Traders' Desp. 


HOMELESS. . 


. .Globe Line. 


HYPHEN. .. 


. Texas Steamer. 


HOMESICK.. 


.Gt. West. Desp. 


HYSTERICS. 


.Union Pac. 


HOMICIDE.. 


. Glasgow. 


HYSON 


.West Shore R. R. 



Prices and Quotations. 



IDEAL Quote lowest price on 

IDIOT Quote lowest price f. o. b on ... . 

IGNOBLE This price for immediate acceptance. 

ILLEG.\L Our ofler of withdrawn. 

ILLUSION Carload lots. 

IMBECILE All prices withdrawn as previously quoted. 



IMBIBE Less than car load lots. 

IMITATE With freight allowance to 

IMMERCiE With freight allowance. 

IMMODEST.. .If writes for prices quote. 

IMMORAL. . . .What price shall we quote 



Quote Lowest Price on Loops. 



IOC IMPACT 
200 IMl'AR TL-VL 
300 IMPATIENT 
400 IMPEACH 
500 IMPERIAL 



Ooo IMPLICATE 
700 INCLINE 
800 INCOME 
900 INCUBATE 
1,000 INDELIBLE 



1,200 INDICATE 
1,500 INDULGE 
1,800 INFAMY 
2,000 INFIDEL 
2,500 INFLATE 



3,000 INHABIT 
3,500 INHALE 
4,000 INSANE 
4,500 INSECT 
5,000 IRRITATE 



6,000 ITALIC 
8,000 ITEM 
10,000 IVORY 



WILL QUOTE 



DIsroHHt per cent. 



JABBER 25 

JACKAI 25 

JACKDAW 25 

JACKET ...25 

JACOBITE 25 

JALAP 25 

JANITOR 25 

JAPAN 25 

JASPER 25 

JAUNDICE 25 

JEALOUS 25 

JELLY 25 

JEOPARD 25 

JERK 25 

JESUIT 25 

JEWELL 25 

JIti 25 

JINGLE 25 



and 



2'/2 

2/2 anil 
2'-2 and 
2j4 and 
2 '^ and 
5 



and 
anil 
and 
and 



and 



5 
5 
5 
5 

7'A 
T/2 and 
TYz and 
TYz and 
T/2 and 
and 10 

10 and 



^'A 



Equivalent. 


Net. 


• 25 


75 




26S75 


73125 




2870 


7130 




3053 


6947 




3236 


6764 




3419 


6581 




2875 


7125 




3°53 


6947 




3231 


6769 




3409 


659' 




35875 


64125 




30625 


69375 




3236 


6764 




3409 


6591 




3583 


6417 




37S<> 


6244 




3250 


6750 




3419 


6581 



WILL QUOTE 



Equ 



JOCKEY 25 

JOINER 25 

JOKE 25 

JOURNAL 2-]% 

JOURNEV ztYz and 

JOVIAL 27>^ 

JOY 27>^ 

JUBILANT 27;^ 

judgmp:nt 2Tyi 

J UG 27>^ and 

JUICE 27;^ 

JUMBLE 27>^ 

JUMP 27>^ 

JUNCTION 27>^ 

JUNIOR 27;^ and 

JUNIPER 2^y2 

JURIST 27>^ 

JUSTICE 27>^ 



and 5 
and 7j. 
and 10 



2j< and 2'/2 
2'/2 and 5 
2^ and -j'/z 
2j^ and 10 
5 

5 ^ikI ^Vz 
5 and 5 
and Ti 
and 10 



5 

5 

7/2 

TYz and 2;^ 

lyi and 5 

1% and tYz 



ivtilrni. 

■35875 
■3756 
•3925 
■275 

293 « 
.3108 
■3285 

3461 
■3638 

3'>-'5 
■3285 
•3457 
.3629 
.3801 

3294 
•3461 
.3629 

■3797 



Xet. 



64125 

6244 

6075 

725 

7069 

6892 

6715 

6539 

6362 

68875 

6715 

6543 

637' 

6199 

6706 

6539 

6371 

6203 



12 








Prices and Quotations— Continued. 



WILL QUOTE 
F. O. B. 



THscount per cent, 

and lo 



and 2'/i 
and 5 
and yj'j 
and lo 



JUSTIFY 27'^ 7' 

JUVENILE 27>< and 10 

KANGAROO 27)^ 10 and 2j4 

KEEL 27}4 10 and 5 

KEEPER 27!^ 10 and 7^ 

KEG 27}^ 10 and 10 

KENNEI 30 

KETTLE 30 and 2J4 

KEYHOLE 30 

KEYSTONE 30 

KICK 30 

KIDNAP 30 

KIDNEY 30 and 

KINDLE 30 

KINDNESS 30 

KING 30 

KISS 30 

KIT 30 and 

KITCHEN 30 

KITE 30 

KNAPSACK 30 

KNAVE 30 

KNEE 30 and 

KNELL.... 30 

KNIFE 30 

KNOCK 30 

LABEL 30 

LACKEY 32_^ 

LADDER . 32)^ and 

LADLE 32>^ 

LAG .....32'A 

LAKE 32;^ 

LAMB 32^4 

LAMENT 32;^ and 

LAMPBLACK 32 "^ 

LANCET 32;^ 

LANDING 22)4 

LANDMARK 32^^ 

LANE 32;^ and 

LANGUAGE 32>< 

LANTERN 32^^ 

LAP 32>^ 

LARBOARD 32J 

LARDER 32) 

LARKSPUR 32;^ 10 .ind 

LASH 32^4 10 and 

LATCH 32>^ 10 and 

LATERAL 32;^ 10 and 

LATIN 35 

LATITUDE 35 and 2'/, 

LATTICE 35 

LAUDANUM 35 

LAUNCH 35 

LAUJVDRY 35 

LAUREL 35 and 

LAVATORY 35 

LAWFUL 35 

LAWLESS 35 

LAXATIVE 35 

LAYMAN 35 and 

LEADER 35 

LEAGUE 35 

LEAKAGE... 35 

LEAP 35 



2),< and 2J4 
2)4 Olid 5 
2'A and y'/i 
2)4 and 10 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
7'A 

■jyi and 2yz 
754 and 5 
TA and 7K 
•jYi and 10 
o 

o and 2 '2 
o and 5 ' 
o and 7 '2 
and 10 



2A and 2A 
2A and 5 
2^ and 7"2 
2'A and 10 
5 

and 2^'2 
and 5 
and T}i 
and 10 



7 
and 10 



and 2)4 
and 5 
lA and ^A 
and 10 



2'/^ and 2 

2A and 5 

2A and 7 

2A and 10 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

lA 

TA and 2A 

iVz and 5 

rA and -1)4 

"jYz and 10 



and 
and 
and 
and 



Equivalent. 

•3964 
•3475 

3638 

3S01 

3965 
41275 
30 

3175 

3346 

3516 

36S7 

38575 

335 

3516 

36S25 

3849 

4015 

3525 

3687 

3849 

4009 

41725 

37 

38575 

4016 

41725 

433 

325 

3419 

35S3 

3748 

3912 

4077 

35875 

3748 

3908 

4068 

4229 

3756 

3912 

4068 

4226 

4381 

3925 

4077 

4229 

4381 

45325 

35 

36625 

3821 

3979 

4138 

4296 

3825 

3979 

4134 

42SS 

44425 

39875 

4138 

428S 

4438 

4589 



6036 

6525 

6362 

6199 

6035 

58725 

70 

6825 

6654 

6484 

6313 
61425 
665 
6484 

63175 
6151 

5985 
6475 
6313 
6151 

5991 

58275 

63 

61425 

59S4 

58275 

567 

675 

6581 

6417 

6252 

60SS 

5923 

64125 

6252 

6092 

5932 

5771 

6244 

6088 

5932 

5775 

5619 

6075 

5923 

5771 

5619 

54675 

65 

6337s 

6179 

6021 

5862 

5704 

6175 

6021 

5866 

5712 

55575 
60125 
5862 
5712 
5562 
541 1 



Tfweount jter cent. 

5 and lo 

10 and 2 ' 
10 and 5 
10 and 7' 
10 and 10 



WILL QUOTE 
F. O. B. 

LEARNED 

LEASE 35 

LEATHER 35 

LEAVEN 35 

LECTURE 35 

LEG.A.CY 37;^ 

LEGAL 37^ and 

LEGATION 371^ 

LEGION ^7)4 

LEGISLATE 37 14 

LEISURE 37>^ 

LEMON 37;-^ and 5 

LEPROSY 37'^ 

LETHARGY 37>< 

LETTUCE 37j^ 

LEVITY 37>2' 

LEWDNESS 37K and 

LEXICON 37;^ 

LIBEL 37!^ 

LIBERAL 37;^ 

LIBRARY 37,'^ 

LIFELESS 37;^ and 10 

LIGAMENT 37!4 10 

LIGHTNING 37'^ 10 

LIMBER 37 « 10 

LIMPID 37", 10 

I.INGUISH 40 

LION 40 

LIQUOR 40 

LITANY 40 

LITIGATE 40 

LITTER 40 

LIVELY 40 

LIVERY 40 

LIZARD 40 

LOADSTONE 40 

LOBBY .^o 

LOBSTER 40 

LOCKER 40 

LOCUST 40 

LOFTY 40 

LOGIC 40 

LONGITUDE 40 

LORDSHIP 40 

LOTTERY 40 

LOVELY 40 

LOWLAND 40 

LOYAL 42 '4 

LUBBER 42'4 and 

LUMBAGO 42A 

LUNACY 42)^ 

LURID 42)4 

LUTHERAN 42 ^^^ 

LUXURY 42^ and 

MACKEREL 42^4 

MADCAP 42A 

MADHOUSE 42 j4 

MAGAZINE 42 li 



Equivalent. 

•415 



2A 

2 A and 
2A and 
2A and 
2'/i and 



and 
and 
and 
and 



and 



and 



and 



and 



S 

5 

5 

5 

7A 

■jA and 2 

7'A and 5 

7)4 and 7 

7 '2 and 10 



and 2 '2 
and 5 
and 7'< 
and 10 



2 A and 2)4 
2)4 and 5 
2/2 and 7 A 
2)4 and 10 

5 

5 and 2)4 
and 5 
and 7 ''2 
and 10 



5 

5 

5 

7 '-2 

7)4 and 2 ''2 

7 A and 5 

7 A and 7;^ 

7)4 and 10 

o 

o and 2 '3 

o and 5 

o and 7', 

o and 10 



2 A and 2 "2 
2A and 5 
2',^ and 7'/2 
2 '4 and 10 



and 2)4 
and 5 
and 7 )4 
and 10 



MAGENTA 42 '^ and 7 "4 

MAGIC 42,54 7 A and 

MAGNETIC 42)4 7>^ and 

MAGNOLIA 42A 7>^ and 

MANDRAKE 42^^ 7>^ and 

MANKIND 42 >^ and 10 



4296 

44425 

45S9 

4735 

375 

3906 

4059 
42 1 1 

4363 
4516 
40625 
42 1 1 

4359 
4508 
4656 
4219 
4363 
4508 
4652 
4797 
4375 
45 '6 
4656 
4797 
49375 
40 

415 

4296 

44425 

4589 

4735 

43 

44425 

4585 

47275 

4S7 

445 
45S9 
47275 
4S66 

5005 

46 

4735 

4S7 

5005 

524 

4394 

4294 

4534 

4674 

4S14 

4954 

45375 

4674 

4S11 

4947 
5084 
46S1 
4814 
4947 
508 

5213 
482 ? 



5S5 
■57"4 
■55575 
•541 ' 
•5265 
.625 
.6094 
•5941 
■5789 
•5637 
.5484 
■59375 
•5789 
• 5641 
.5492 
■5344 
.5781 

•5637 
5492 
■5348 
•5203 
■5625 
.5484 
■5344 
•5203 
.50625 
.60 
■5S5 
■5704 
■55575 
■54" 
■5265 
■57 

.55575 
■5415 
■52725 
■513 
■555 
■ 54" 
•52725 
■5134 
■4995 
■54 
•5265 
■513 
■4995 
.486 

•575 

.5606 

.5466 

■5326 

.51S6 

.5046 

■54625 

■5326 

.5189 

■5053 
.5916 

•5319 
.5186 

■5053 
.492 

■4787 
■5175 



13 




-^AAGRIFFlNGiraNCO. _ 




Prices and Quotations -Continued. 



WILL QUOTE „. 

F, O. B. -.— — ^ ''°'" 

mapi.f: 42}i 

MARINE 42>^ 

MARKET 42/2 

MASTIFF 42}4 

M \TRON 45 

MEADOW 45 and 

MECHANIC 45 

MELODY 45 

MEMBRANE 45 

MEMORIAL 45 

METHODIST 45 and 

MIDWIFE 45 

MIGRATE 45 

MILESTONE 45 

MILITARY 45 

MILK 45 and 

iMINIJRAL 45 

min'istlr 45 

miscihi:f 45 

MIRACLE 45 

MISPLACE 45 an.l 

MISTRESS 45 

MOCK 45 

MONITOR 45 

MONKEY 45 

MONUMENT 47}^ 

MOONSHINE 47>^ and 

MORblD 47>^ 

MORTGAGE 47)^ 

MOUNTAIN 4T/t 

MOUSE 47>^ 

MUDDY 47 >4 and 

MULE 47)4 

MULTITUDE 47>i 

MUSEUM 47;^ 

MUSKL.r 47 >4 

MUSLIN 47 >4 and 

MUSTARD 47,^ 

MUTINY 47>^ 

MUTTON 4T/2 

MYRTLE 47>4 

MYbTIC 47,"4 :nid 

NAPKIN 47;^ 

NATION 47>i 

NATIVITY 47 '^ 

NATURE 47>4 

NAVIGA'I E 50 

NEEDLE 50 nn.l 

NECK 50 

NEPIILW 50 

NEST 5j 

NIMBLE 50 

NIPPLE '50 and 

NOBLE 50 

NORMAL 50 

NOSEGAY ...50 

NOSTRIL 50 

NOTARY 50 an.l 

NOURISH 50 

NUMERAL 50 

NUPTIAI 50 

NURSERY 50 

NUTMEG 50 and 

OAKUM./. 50 



and 2^ 

[o and 5 

10 and jyi 

10 and 10 

2yz and 2)/i 
2'/i and 5 
2>^ and T/i 
z]/i and 10 

5 

5 anrl 2>^ 

5 and 5 

5 and 7^ 

5 and 10 

T/i and 2;^ 

7K ""'1 5 

iVz nii'l VA 

•jYz and 10 
o 

o and zyi 

o and 5 

10 and -jyi 

10 and 10 

2]^ and 2^ 
2'/2 and 5 
^Yz and tYz 
2^ and 10 

5 

5 and 2% 

5 and 5 

5 and 7I4 

5 and 10 

VA 

TA and 2'A 
VA ai"l 5 
lYi and lYi 
•J A and 10 

[O 

I) and 2Yi 

\o and 5 

:o and tYz 

[O and 10 



2Yz and 2Yz 
2Y2 and 5 
2Y2 and ^Y2 
2Y2 and 10 

5 

5 and 2Y2 

5 and 5 

5 and tY2 

5 and 10 

VA 

■jYz and 2Y2 

T/2 and 5 

TYi and tY2 

■J A and 10 

10 

10 and 2Vi 



Kiiitivalent. 


yet. 


■4954 


5046 




5084 


4916 




52'3 


4/87 




53425 


46575 




45 


55 




46375 


53625 




4772 


5228 




4906 


5094 




504 


496 




5>74 


4826 




4775 


5225 




4906 


5094 




5036 


4964 




5167 


4833 




52975 


47025 




49125 


50875 




504 


496 




5,67 


4833 




5294 


4706 




5421 


4579 




505 


495 




5 '74 


4826 




52975 


47025 




5421 


4579 




5545 


4455 




475 


525 




4881 


5.19 




5009 


499' 




5'37 


4863 




5265 


4735 




5393 


4607 




50125 


49875 




5'37 


4S63 




5262 


4738 




5386 


4614 




55" 


4489 




5'44 


4856 




5265 


4735 




53S7 


4613 




5508 


4492 




5629 


4371 




5275 


4725 




5393 


4607 




5511 


4489 




5629 


4371 




57475 


42525 




5° 


50 




5125 


4875 




5247 


4753 




5369 


4631 




549' 


4509 




56125 


43875 




525 


475 




53'''9 


4631 




54875 


45125 




5606 


4394 




5725 


4275 




5375 


4625 




549' 


4509 




5606 


4394 




5722 


4278 




58375 


41625 




55 


45 




56125 


43875 



WILL QUOTE 



OISEDIENT 50 

OBELISK 50 

OBITUARY 50 

OBSTACLE 5214 

OCTAGON 52>< r 

ODIUS 52>^ 

OFFENSIVE 52>^ 

OFFSPRING 52>^ 

OINTMENT 52^ 

OPPOSSUM 52^4 : 

OPTIC 52;^ 

ORCHARD s^'A 

ORCHESTRA 52^^ 

ORGANIC 52>^ 

ORIENTAL 52>^ ! 

ORPHAN 52>^ 

OSTRICH 52J4 

OUTCAST 52>< 

OVATION s^'A 

OVERFLOW 52;^ : 

PACIFIC s~A 

P.\CKAGE 52J4 

PADLOCK 52;^ 

PAINTER 52J4 

PALISADE 55 

PALMETTO 55 ; 

PALSY 55 

PANSY 55 

PANIC 55 

PANTHER 55 

PANTRY 55 : 

PARADISE 55 

PARADOX 55 

PARCEL 55 

PARCHMENT 55 

PARODY 55 I 

PARROT 55 

PARSLEY 55 

PARTISAN 55 

PASSPORT 55 

PASTOR 55 

PATERNAL 55 

PATHETIC 55 

PATRIARCH 55 

PATRIMONY 55 

PATROL 57,'4 

PAUPER 57,'^ 

PAVEMENT 57,;-< 

PEACEFUL 57>^ 

PEACOCK ST A 

PEAK 57>'i 

PEAS.\NT 57,!^: 

PEBBLE 57>^ 

PECTORAL SVA 

PEDAGOGUE SI A 

PEDESTRIAN sTA 

PEDIGREE 57>^ : 

PEGGY SlA 

PELICAN 57>^ 

PENALTY 57>^ 

PENDULUM sTA 

PENETRATE 57;^ ; 

PENITENT 57;^ 

PENSION 57>^ 



t per cent. Equivalent. 


10 and 5 


5725 


10 and 7>< 


5837s 


10 and 10 


595 




525 


^A 


5369 


2Y2 and 2Y2 


5485 


2Y2 and 5 


56 


2Y2 and tY2 


5716 


2Y2 and 10 


S'!32 


5 


54875 


5 and 2A 


56 


5 and 5 


57'3 


5 and ■JY2 


5826 


5 and 10 


5939 


7 A 


5609 


7'< and 2li 


5716 


7.,'2 and 5 


5826 


lYz and tY2 


5936 


■IY2 and 10 


6046 


10 


5725 


10 antl 2'4 


5832 


10 and 5 


5939 


10 and 7!^ 


6046 


10 and 10 


61525 




55 


2j4 


56125 


2Y2 and 2'/^ 


5722 


2Y2 and 5 


5832 


2Y2 an.l -jYz 


5942 


2'^ and 10 


6051 


5 


5725 


5 and 2Y2 


5832 


5 and 5 


5939 


5 an.l 7Y2 


6046 


5 and 10 


61525 


VA 


58375 ■ 


■JY2 and 2Y2 


5942 


7,!4 and 5 


6046 


7"^ and rA 


615 


7', and 10 


6254 


10 


595 


10 and 2Y2 


6051 


10 an.l 5 


61525 


10 and 7,'4 


6254 


10 and 10 


6355 




575 


^A 


5856 


2Y2 an.l 2Y2 


596 


iA aiul 5 


6063 


2Y2 and tA 


6167 


2 l^and 10 


6271 


c 


59625 


5 and 2A 


6063 


5 ami i 


6164 


5 an.l Ti 


6265 


5 an.l 10 


6366 


7 A 


6069 


■jYz an.l 2l^ 


6167 


7/2 and 5 


6265 


7 A and 7 A 


6364 


7A and 10 


6462 


10 


6175 


10 and 2A 


6271 


10 and 5 


6366 



d4 



Prices and Quotations— Contimied. 



WILL QUOTE Disco,. 

F. O. B. 

PENTAGON STA 

FENXRIOUS 57,'4 

PEPPER 60 

PERCOLATE 60 and 

PERDITION 60 

PERENNIAL .60 

PERFORATE 60 

PERFUME 60 

PERJURY 60 ami 

PERPETUAL eo 

PERSECUTE 63 

PERSIAN 60 

PERSONATE 60 

PERSPIRE 60 ana 

PERVADE 60 

PERUSAL 60 

PESTILENCE 60 

PETITION ..60 

PETRIFY 60 anil 

PETTICOAT 60 

PETULANT 60 

PEWTER 60 

PHANTOM 60 

PHARMACY 62"i 

PHYSICAL 62^ and 

PLANO 62;^ 

PLASTER 62>4 

PICKET 62>^ 

PIETY 62)4 

PIGEON 62'/, and 

PIGMY 62'-; 

PILFER 62', 

PILGRIM 62^2 

PILLOW 62^4 

PILOT .62'/i and 

PIMPLE 62J4 

PIPKIN 62}4 

PIRACY 62>^ 

PISTOL 62^ 

PITCHER 62^4 and 

PITEOUS 62)4 

PIVOT 62^ 

PLAGUE 62-4 

PLAINTIVE 62 -i 

PIJVNET 65 

PLANTATION 65 and 

PLANTER 65 

PLATOON 65 

PLAYFUL 65 

PLEASANT 65 

PLEBi:iAN 65 and 

PLENTIFUL 65 

PLL\BLE 65 

PLOUGHMAN 65 

PLUCK 65 

PLUMP 65 and 

PLUNDER 65 

POACHER 65 

POCKET 65 

POINTER 65 

POISON 65 and 

POKER 65 

POLECAT 65 

POLICY 6; 



it per cent, Etjuiraient^ ytt 



WILL QUOTE 



F. O. B. 



10 and jyi 
10 anil 10 



2)/i and 2)4 
2)4 and 5 
2)^ ami 7»< 
2}4 and 10 

5 

5 and 2)i 

5 and 5 

5 and 7*4 

5 and 10 



7 ^'4 and 2)i 
iVz ami 5 
1)4 and 1)4 



and 10 



10 



10 and 2)4. 

10 and 5 

10 and 1)4, 

10 and 10 

2^ and 2)4 
2)4 and 5 
2)/^ and lyi 
2)4 an<l 10 
5 

5 and 2'4 
5 and 5 
5 and 1)4 
5 and 10 

VA 

lyi, and 2% 
1)4 and 5 
1)4 and 1)4 
1)^ and 10 
10 

10 and 2'2 
10 and 5 
10 and 1)'2 
10 and 10 



2'i and 2)4 
2'2 and 5 
2)A, and 1)4 
2*2 and 10 

5 

5 and 2)4 

5 and 5 

5 and 1)4 

5 and 10 

7 '2 and 2)4 

1)4 and 5 

7 '.4 and 1)4 

7'2 and 10 
[O 

10 and 2?i 

[o and 5 

[O and I'/i 



6462 

65575 

60 

61 

6197s 

6295 

63925 

649 

62 

629s 

639 

6485 

658 

63 

63925 

6485 

65775 

667 

64 

649 

658 

667 

676 

625 

6344 

6+35 

6527 

6618 

6709 

64375 
6527 
6616 
6705 
6794 

6531 

661S 

6705 

6791 

6S7S 

6625 

6709 

6794 

687S 

69625 

65 

65875 

6673 

675S 

6S43 

6929 

6675 

675S 

6S41 

6924 



70075 


-99"5 


67625 


3237=; 


6S43 


3^57 


6924 


3076 


7005 


2995 


7086 


2914 


685 


315 


6929 


3^7' 


7C075 


29925 


70S6 


2914 



3-1425 

4^ 
39 
38025 

3705 
36075 



3705 
361 

35 '5 

342 

37 

36075 

35>5 

34225 



3656 

3565 

3473 

3382 

3291 

35625 

3473 

33S4 

3295 

32c6 

3469 

3382 

3295 

32C9 

3122 

3J75 

3291 

32c6 

3122 

30375 

35 

34125 

3327 

3242 

3157 



3159 
3076 



POLISH 

POLLUTE .... 

POLVG.\MY... 

POLYGON .... 

POMATUM... 

POMMEL 

PONDER . . . 

PONTOON . . . 

POPLIN 

POPULAR 

PORCUPINE . 

PORPOISE.... 

PORTICO 

POSITIVE 

POSTAGE 

POTASH 

POTATO 

POTHOOK... 

POULTRY 

POVERTY .... 

POWDER .. . 

POWERFUL .. 

PRACTICAL.. 

, PR..\TTLE 

i PREACHER .. 
I PRECINCT... 
' PRECIOUS.... 

PRECIPICE .. 

PRECLUDE. 

PREDESTINE 

PREDICTION 

PREDISPOSE 

PREFACE .. . 

PREGNANT .. 

PREJUDICE .. 

PREL.VrE 

PREMIUM 

PREPARE... . 

PRESBYTER . 

PRESCRIBE... 

PRESERVE. . . . 

PRESIDENT .. 

PRETEND... 

PRETEXT 

PRETTY 

PREV.\IL 

PREVALENT 

PREVENT 

PRIEST 

PRIM.\GE .. . 

PRIMITIVE... 

PRIMROSE .. 

PRINCESS 

PRINCIPLE... 

PRINTER 

PRISMATIC . . . 

PRISONER.. . 

PRIV.A.CY .... 

PRIVILEGE... 

PROBATION. . 

PROBLE.M 

PROCESSION. 

PROCLAIM... 

PRODIGAL.... 



Di- 

.65 
67;^ 
67 !4 and 

ODi 
67-4 
67-< 
.67'4 and 

67,'< 
67>i 

-67;^ 
.61)4 
.67'^ ami 

.67;< 

■(>7)4 
67'A 
■67)4 

. . 67 '4 ai'l 
. 67J3 
• 67 ;4 
-6i)i 

■67,-/3 
..70 



and 



10 and 10 

2K 

2)i and 2)i 

2)4 and 5 

2)/i and 1)4 

2)4 and 10 

5 

5 and 2)4 

5 and 5 

5 and 7^4 

5 and 10 

TA 

lyi and 2)4 

Di and 5 
lyi and 1)4 
lYz and 10 
10 

10 • and 2)4 

10 and 5 
10 and 1)/^ 

10 and 10 

^A 

2)i and 2)i 

2% and 5 

2"4 and 1)4 

2)i and 10 



5 
5 
5 
5 

7A 
7% 
7% 
lA 

7% 



■ 72/4 

72^ and 

. 72 "4 

■72>S 

72% 

12)4 

.12)2 and 



■7-% 

-72^ 
l^A 

.72^4 and 

72/i 

■ 72A 

.7^-A 

.72K 
.721^ and 

■72% 

■7 -A 



•72>i 



and 2)4 
and 5 
and 7'4 
and 10 

and 2)4 
and 5 
and 714 
and 10 

and 2)4 
and 5 
and 7 '2 
and 10 



2)^ and 2% 
2)4 and 5 
2\4 and 7)4 
2)4 and 10 
5 

5 and 2^4 
5 and 5 
5 and 1)4 
5 and 10 

TA 

1)4 and 2)4 
7%. and 5 
7A ■'""i 1% 
1'4 and 10 
o 

o and 2I2 
o and 5 
[O and 1)4 
o and 10 



7165 

675 

6831 

691 

699 

7069 

7148 

69125 

699 

7067 

7>44 

7221 

6994 

7069 

7'44 

7219 

7294 

7075 

7148 

7221 

7294 

73675 

70 

7075 

7148 

7221 

7294 

73675 

715 

7221 

72925 

7364 

7435 

7225 

7294 

7364 

7433 



73675 

7435 

75025 

757 

725 

7319 

7386 

7452 

752 

7587 

73S75 

7453 

7518 

7583 

7649 

7456 

752 

75S3 

7647 

77'i 

7525 

75S7 

7649 

77" 
77725 



■2835 

325 
•3'69 

309 
.301 

2931 
.2852 

30875 



■2933 
.2856 

2779 
.3C06 

293' 
.2856 
2781 
2706 
.2025 
.2852 

■2779 
.2706 



■2925 
.2852 

2779 
.2706 
.26325 

28s 
.2779 
■27075 
.2636 
.2565 

•2775 
.2706 
.2636 
.2567 
24975 

• 27 
26325 

.2565 

■24975 

•243 

•275 

.268 1 

.2614 

■2548 

.248 

■2413 
.26125 

■25+7 
.2482 
.2417 
■235' 

• 2544 
24S 

.2417 

2353 

.2289 

2475 
2413 
2351 
.2289 
22275 



45 



Prices and Quotations— Continued. 



WILL QUOTE 
F. O. B. 

PRODUCE 7S 

PROFANE 75 

PROFFSSOR 75 

PROFILE 75 

PROHIHIT 75 

PROLONG 75 

PROMOTION 75 

PRONOUN 75 

PROPHET 75 

PROPOSAL 75 

PROSECUTE 75 

PROSPECT 75 

PROSTRATE 75 

PROTESTANT 75 

PROUD 75 

PROVERB 75 

PROVINCE ..75 

PROVOKE 75 

PRUDENT 75 

PUBERTY 75 

PUBLICAN 75 



Discount per cent KqHtvalent. yet. 



and 2^ 
and 5 
and 7 ! 
and 10 



-72 

2^^ and 2}4 

2\i and 5 

2)4 and -jji 

2)2 and 10 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

7;4 and 2^^ 
7/^ and 5 
7'< and 7 '4 
-K and 10 
10 

10 and 2'^ 
10 and 5 
10 and 7^ 
10 and 10 



■75 
■756-:5 

■ 76234 
.76S4 

•7745 
.7806 
.7625 
.7684 

■ 7744 
7S03 

.78625 
.76875 

■7745 
•7S03 
.7861 
.7919 

■775 

.7806 

.78625 

.7919 

■7975 



25 

24375 
23766 
2316 

2255 
2194 

2375 
2316 
2256 
2197 

21375 
23125 
2255 
2197 

2139 

20S1 

225 

2194 

21375 

2081 

2025 



WILL QUOTE 



PUDDING 77>< 

PUGILIST 77>^ and 

PULLET 77>^ 

PULPY 77^ 

PULSATION 77>^ 

PULVERIZE tjY, 

PUNCTUAL. 77j4 and 

PUPIL 77'^ 

PUPPY 77>^ 

PURGATIVE 77 '< 

PURIFY 77!i 

PURPLE 77,'4 and 

PURPORT 77)4 

PURSER 77,!4 

PUSH 77>^ 

PUSTULE 77)4 

PUTRID 77>^ and 

PUTTY nr/z 

PUZZLE T]]/, 

PYLORUS 77>4 

PYRAMID -nYi 



t per cent. 


Vipilvalmit. Net. 




775 


225 


z-A 


.7806 


2194 


2<4 and 2}i 


.7861 


2139 


2}4 and 5 


.7916 


2084 


2'4 and T/2 


7971 


2029 


2',i and 10 


.8026 


'974 


5 


.78625 


21375 


5 and 2'A 


.7916 


20S4 


5 and 5 


.7969 


203 J 


5 and 7j4 


.8023 


1977 


5 and 10 


.8076 


1924 


7'i 


.79'9 


2081 


T/i and 2}4 


■ 7971 


2029 


VA and 5 


.8023 


1977 


1%. ai«' lA. 


.S075 


1925 


•jYi anil 10 


.8,27 


"873 


10 


■7975 


2025 


10 and 2)4 


.8026 


1974 


10 and 5 


.8076 


1924 


10 and 7)4 


.8127 


"873 


10 and 10 


■8177s 


18225 



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sSteani and Hot Water vs. Furnace Heat. 



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S-'^~^T^3-ST IS a conceded fiict that l)uildings cannot l)e properlv heated 1)V hot air furnaces 



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unless they are entirely surrounded hv other lHiildin<rs, or protected from cold 
winds in some way or other. 

Even when a huilding is properlv heated bv a furnace, the qualitv of air is not 
that which is most desirable to sustain human life; first, because it is devitalized 
witli metal heated from 1200 to 1500 degrees Fahr., which robs it of all its exhilar- 
ating and tonic properties ; secondly, because it is almost alwavs charged with dust ; 
and thirdlv. it has been rendered impure bv carbonic oxide, which is generated in a 
furnace whenever there is an insufficient amount of oxygen introduced into it to produce perfect 
combustion ; said carbonic oxide passing through all heated cast iron almost as readily as atmos- 
pheric air passes through any textile fabric. 

Summarizing these various objections to furnace heated air, we find it under its best conditions 
devitalizing. Metal heated above even 250 degrees begins to devitalize atmosphere brought in 
contact with it ; what then must be its effect upon air when heated to a temperature of from 1200 
to 1500 degrees. We find it frequentlv charged with dust and fine ashes, and very often poisoned by 
carbonic oxide, to say nothing of the aptitude of all furnace heated houses to be extremely cold at 
the point of greatest exposure, on account of the extreme buovancv of heated air which is overcome 
bv the pressure of cold air of greater density. 

Heating bv Hot Water or low pressure Steam, has none of the disadvantages mentioned in regard 
to the furnace heated houses. The metal of Radiators and boilers is never heated bv the use of 
steam to a detrimental degree — nameh' 250 degrees, unless from 40 to 45 pounds pressure per square 
inch is resorted to, which is both unusual and unnecessarv in the heating apparatus of the present day. 
In Hot Water heating, bv the open tank system, the pressure is exceedingly small ; not more than 
one pound to everv 28.96 inches of vertical water column, and the temperature of the Radiators 
throughout the house is seldom greater than 1 75 degrees Fahr. — a temperature 75 degrees below the 
point where devitalization commences ; which point it is impossible to reach in Hot Water Heating. 
It has been sometimes argued that houses heated bv Direct Radiation are not properly ventilated ; 
this is the case sometimes, but arises from a neglect of the occupants of the building rather than from 
a radical defect in the svstem. It is well, (and we alwavs recommend it) to use a certain amount of 
Indirect Radiation with everv svstem of Steam or Hot Water Heating, as Indirect Radiators are so 
placed in connection with flues, ducts and registers, connected directly with the outer air as to draw 
into a house a sufficient quantitv of fresh out-door air for ventilation ; and if simple outlets in the 
shape of grates or flues are provided for removing foul air, the ventilation will be constant and suffi- 
cient to supplv the needs and wants for breathing purposes without being wasteful of fuel ; and as 
Direct Radiators are always placed at the points of greatest exposure, which absolutely insures a 
thorough diffusion of heat, thev do not, as is the case with a furnace, leave the coldest points 
unprotected. 

The objection Fire Insurance Companies have to flues for conveying ht)t air from the furnace 
through the wooden partitions to registers, is whollv overcome by the use of Indirect Steam Heat, 
as the flues are never run from the boilers, but from the Indirect Radiators, which are never near the 
boiler, and are oftentimes 100 feet away from it, insuring safety from fire and lessening the rate of 
insurance. 



17 



^eajing by §tear^ ©ipeef arpd Irpdipeet f^adia^iorp. 



^.^^^j^jjp. ,,„^Qy,,j. Qf Steam Direct or Indirect Radiation required to heat a given space depends on 
y/^^dv; the following conditions, viz: Whether building is protected or isolated: structure, whether 
brick, stone or wood : if wood, whether sheathed and papered ; if brick or stone, whether walls 
are solid or hollow ; points of compass, direction taken by prevailing winds ; relative location of 
rooms to one another ; whether room has bay window or not, or has maximum or minimum 
of glass surface, etc., etc. 

Without this information it is impracticable to correctly estimate the amount of Radiating 
Surface required, and even with it, an Engineer on the premises is better able to judge of the 
requirements of the case. We are perfectly willing and glad to give advice on this subject or 
answer any questions that may be asked us, but we do not hold ourselves responsible for the heating of any 
building, and wish what we say to be taken more in the light of suggestions given for the benefit of our friends 
and customers. 

We are frequently asked if we know the name of some good book treating on the subject of Steam 
Heating. We answer these inquiries by recommending a work entitled " Steam Heating for Buildings, or 
Hints to Steam Fitters," written by a very able Engineer. It contains much valuable matter, and is a book of 
250 pages. To those who cannot conveniently secure a copy we will mail one, post pre-paid, upon receipt of 
the publisher's price of §2.50. Also will send John H. Mills' work entitled " Heat for Warming and Ventila- 
tion of Buildings." comprising 2 Vols., handsomely bound and aggregating over 600 pages of valuable matter 
for $5.00 per Vol. 

While it is impracticable to adopt any fixed rule for computing the amount of Radiating Surface necessary 
to heat a given space, still the following may serve as somewhat of a guide, but please to bear in mind that the 
figures given are based on New York Citj' climate. 

To ascertain the amount of Steam Direct Radiation necessary to heat a certain room, divide its cubical 
contents, found by multiplying its length, breadth and height together, by 50, 60, 70, or some other figure as 
the exigencies of the case may make necessary, or for Steam Indirect Radiation by 35, 40, or 50. 

FOR AN ISOLATED RESIDENCE. To compute the amount of Steam Direct Radiation 
necessary to heat a North or West Room, divide the cubical contents by 60; South or East Room by 70 : Bay 
Window Room, Hall, Bath or Living Room by 60 ; and Sleeping Room by 70. 

For Steam Indirect Radiation for the ist floor, divide the cubical contents by 35 ; 2d floor, by 40; and 
3d floor by 50. 

FOR A RESIDENCE IN A RO"W. For Steam Direct Radiation for a North or West 

Room, Bay-window Room, Hall, Bath or a Living Room, divide the cubical contents by 70; Sleeping Room 
by 80. 

For Steam Indirect Radiation. 1st floor by 40. 2d and 3d floors by 50. 

FOR A BUSINESS BLOCK. For Steam Direct Radiation for a North or West Room divide 
by 73 ; South or East Room by 85, and an inside Room or Hall by lOO. 

For Steam Indirect Radiation, 1st floor, divide by 40: 2nd floor and above by 50. 

FOR A CHURCH OR OTHER PUBLIC BUILDING. For Steam Direct Radiation, 

divide bv 100; and for Steam Indirect Radiation b\- 51). A good arrangement for heating such 
buildings is an equal amount of both Direct and Indirect Radiation or two-thirds Direct and one- 
third Indirect. 



d8 



)ome of {\iQ aAd\)at\tGi|Gs of \\q\ (/9a-l-Gr -[iGafin^. 



FIRST.— Absolute Safety. 

There can be no danger of explosion in a Hot Water Heating apparatus for it is continually open to the atmosphere through the 
expansion tank and the only possible pressure on it is the weight of the water in the vertical pipes. 

SECOND. — Simplicity and Ease of Management. 

All that is necessary is to keep a fire in the heater. No more skill is necessary to manage it, than an ordinary kitchen range. 
The domestic in the house, or a child can do all that is necessary to be done. 

THIRD Economy- in Fuel. 

The slow fire which is all that this system requires is extremely economical in fuel, and as water is a most rapid absorljcnt of heat, 
very little heat from the fire is allowed to escape unused up the chimney. 

FOURTH — Noiselessness. 

The Hot Water in this system is an unbroken column, kept continually in circulation, from the fact that water of a higher temperature, 
being lighter, rises, and the colder water, being heavier, falls and takes its place, and all is done without the slightest noise 
of any kind. 

FIFTH Perfectly Controlled. 

The Hot Water circulation can be checked by partially closing the valve, which is always set with each Radiator ; or by entirely 
closing the valve when no heat is required. In either case the circulation in the balance of the apparatus is nut affected in 
the slightest degree. A uniform heat can be secured at all times and no heat wasted. 

SIXTH —Healthfulness. 

No argument is necessary to prove that a uniform temperature is highly conducive to good health and long life, and as a Hot 
Water Apparatus can be controlled and regulated to a nicety, so as to give a uniform heat at all times, its healthfulness is 
all-apparent. Ask any Doctor his opinion and he will tell you the same thing, and will, probably add that the air in a house heated by 
Hot Water has greater humidity and that the occupants are less subject to colds, coughs, catarrh and other diseases of the throat 
and lungs. 

SEVENTH Durability. 

A good Hot Water Apparatus, such as we offer you, will last as long as any building in which it may be placed, providing it is given 
ordinary care. It is continually filled with water, which water having been frequently heated, has had all the air driven out of it, and 
so the apparatus cannot rust, except it be very slightly. We have never known of a single instance where our apparatus has given out 
except where the most inexcusable and gross carelessness has been exercised. We recommend that the same water which has been in 
the system during the winter remain there during the summer. 

EIGHTH —The Bundy Combination Steam and Hot Water Radiator. 

This Radiator can be used for Hot Water Heating in mild weather and Steam Heating in e.\treme cold weather. The change 
from Hot Water to Steam or from Steam to Hot Water can be quickly made and any one capable of taking care of either apparatus 
can do it. Where a building is to be rented this system is a great advantage, for tenants may express a preference for one or the other 
system and all may be suited in this way. and without additional expense. 



■|4Gatir\| b^ ^of 09afGi' Direct and Indirect I^adia+ion. 

The amount of Hot Water Radiation necessary to heat a given space depends upon the same conditions enumerated on the preceding 
page. It may serve as somewhat of a guide to know that the amount of Hot Water Direct Radiation necessary to heat an isolated 
residence in New York City, is found by dividing the cubical contents of a North or West Room, Bay Window Room, Hall, Bath or Living 
Room, by 35 and Sleeping Rooms on the 2d floor by 40, and 3d floor by 50. 

Indirect Hot Water Radiation should be used discreetly and in most cases for ventilating purposes only. It can often be adopted to 
good advantage in the Hall, but an Engineer who thoroughly understands his business should be consulted in the matter. 

d9 



BUNDY- 



^Mxii^^ Qriz J>c^' ^t( 






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Fig, 1. 

Fk;. 1 represents the Bundy One Rnw Steam Direct Radiator, which is without exception the most powerful heating Radiator 
on the market. It is continually surrounded on all sides liy freely circulating air, and being narrow, occupying only 5J inches of 
floor space in width, it takes up scarcely more space than is required for an onlinary 1 inch pipe coil. In every impartial test of 
Radiators the Bundy One Row has always come out ahead ; sometimes excelling hy 40 j>er cent., and nerer less than 10 {)er cent. 
For different ways of tapping this Radiator see Fig. 29. 



FORT Y-T WO INCHES HIGH. ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADLiTORS BUILT OX THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


ST.4.\DAKU. 


L.>L.\K(itII. 


EXTEMIEB SCKfACE. 


Kach Loop Represents 3!^ Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4J4 Feet uf 


Each Loop Represents 41.4 Feet of 






Heating Sarface. 


Heating Sarface. 


Healing !?urface. 




List Price. 


Li?T Price. 


Li=T Price. 






Per Foot, TOc. Per Loop. $2.45 


Per Foot. STlAc. Per Loop, $2.87 


Per Foot, 65c. Per Loop, $2.76 


Shape 


Number 


Length 


Feet With Iron Top 


Feet I With Iron Top 


Feet 1 With Iron Top 


of 


of Heating | or Binder 


of Heating I or Binder 


of Heating | or Binder 


RadUUir. 


Loops. 


Radiators. 


Sarface. , for Marble Top 


Sarface. for Marble Top. 


Surface. for Marble Top. 
12?^ I $8 29 


I X 3 


3 1 12' 


io}i 1 $7 35 


12M 


$8 61 


I X 4 


4 1 ISH' 


14 9 80 


17 


II 48 


17 , II 05 


• X 5 


5 l8)r 


17K 12 25 


2X1^ 


14 35 


2''4 


13 82 


I X (> 


6 ' 21^' 


21 


14 70 


25M 


17 21 


25H 


16 58 


> X 7 


7 isVg' 


^4H 


17 »5 


29M 


20 08 


29?^ 


"9 34 


I X 8 


8 281^- 


28 


19 60 


34 


22 95 


34 


22 10 


I X 9 


9 31 Jf 


31^^ 


22 05 


38k' 


25 82 


38k' 


24 87 


I X lo 


34H- 


35 


24 50 


42K 28 69 


42j^ 


27 63 


I X II 


II 38' 


38K 


26 95 


46?^ 31 56 


46?^ 


30 39 


I X 12 


12 4x1^' 


42 


29 40 


51 34 43 


51 


33 15 


I X 13 


13 


44 ?r 


45K 


31 85 


55 '4 37 30 


55?-4' 


35 92 


I X 14 


14 


47 Jg- 


49 


34 30 


59*2 40 x6 


59'i 


38 68 


I X 15 


15 


51' 


52} 2' 


36 75 


63?* 43 03 


63% 


41 44 


I X 16 


16 


54' 


56 


39 20 


68 45 90 


68 I 44 20 


I X 18 


18 


605^' 


63 


44 10 


761^ 51 64 


76>2' 49 73 


I X 20 


20 


66%' 


70 1 49 00 


85 57 38 


85 1 55 25 


I X 22 


22 1 73l^' 


77 1 53 90 


93I2 63 12 


931^ ' 60 78 


I X 24 


24 79^8' 


84 ' 58 80 


102 68 85 


102 66 30 


T y 26 


2(. 861,- 


91 63 70 


no'., 74 so 


no',, 71 S3 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page ST. NOTK.— The above prices are for all Radiators 42' high, or under to 3C' high. 



l^~All Keeular Steam Goods Tapped 1' x 



RIshI Hand.".,^3 



20 



BUNDY- 





THIRTY-SIX INCHES H I G- H, 


ONE ROW OF 


LOOPS. 




KOR STANDARD, EXLARGEU, OK EXTENDED SURFACE I.OOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


STAXDiRD. 


EKLABUED. EXTESDE 

Each Loop Represents 3)* Feet of Each Loop Rep 
j Heating Surface. Heatin 


D SrBFACE. 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


resents :Ji^ Feet of 
Z Surface. 


Width of Base 5J»; inches. 


List Pricb. 


List Prick. 






Per Foot, 75c. Per Loop, S2.25. 


Per Foot, 72Uc. Per Loop. S2.54. 
Feet With Iron Top 


Per Foot 70c. Per Loop, $3.45. 


Sliape Number 


Lenijlh 


Feet With Iron Top 


Feet With Iron Top 


of 1 of 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating or Binder 


of Heating or Binder 


Radiator. Loops. 


Radiators. 


Snrface. 


for Marble Top. 


.•Surface. for Marble Top. 


Snrface. for Marble Top. 


I X 3 


3 


12' 


9 


$6 75 


Ioi.> $7 62 


lo'2 f7 35 


I X 4 


4 


ISh' 


12 


9 00 


14 10 15 


14 9 So 


I X 5 


5 


i8'A- 


15 


11 25 


17'^., 12 69 


171,' 12 25 


I X 6 


6 


21%-^ 


i8 


13 50 


21 15 23 


21 


14 70 


I X 7 


7 


^sH' 


21 


15 75 


24^2 17 77 


mH 


17 15 


I X s 


S 


281^- 


24 


iS 00 


28 


20 30 


28 


19 60 1^' 


I X 9 


9 


3'^i' 


27 


20 25 


31K 


22 84 


31 ^2 


22 05 S 


I X lo 


lO 


34^2 


30 


22 50 


35 


25 38 


35 


24 50 S 


1 X II II 


38- 


33 


24 75 


3SI, 


27 92 


38I2 


26 95 " 

29 40 "■ 


I X 12 


12 


4lM' 


36 27 00 


42 


30 45 


42 


I X 13 


13 


aaH' 


39 29 25 


45 '2 


32 99 


45,^2 


31 85 


I X 14 


14 


4778 


42 31 50 


49 


35 53 


49 


34 30 


I X 15 


15 


51 


45 33 75 




3S 07 


52ii 


36 75 


I X i6 


l6 


54 


48 36 00 


56 


40 60 


56 


39 20 


I X iS 


i8 


6o?8; 


54 40 50 


63 45 68 


63 


44 10 


I X 20 


20 


66^- 


60 4S 00 


70 50 75 


70 


49 00 


I X 22 


22 


73^' 


66 49 50 


77 55 83 


77 


53 90 


I X 24 


24 


79 '» 


72 54 00 


84 60 90 


84 


:;8 80 


I X 26 


26 


S6ls 


7S ;S 50 


91 65 98 


91 


63 70 



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u. 

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For List of Special Height Radiators see )K>ttoni of page iT. NOTE.— The above prices arc for all Radiators 36' high, or under to 30' high. 





THIRTY INCHES HIGH. ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 




LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT OX THE 1 1 Each Loop Represents 2U, Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feel of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 1 Heating Snrface. 


Healing Surface. 


Heating Snrface. 


List Price. 


List Price. 


List Price. 


Width of Base, r,u; inches. 


Per Foot, 85c. Per Loop, SS.13. 


Per Foot, 82Mc. Per Loop, $2.48. 


1 Per Foot, 80c. Per Loop, SS.40. 


I X <! 


3 


12' 


7H 


16 38 


9 


$7 43 


9 


$7 20 


I X 4 


4 


1514' 


10 


8 50 


12 


9 90 


12 


9 60 


I X 5 


5 


isjr 


12^ 


10 63 


15 


12 38 


15 


12 00 


I X 6 


6 


2l3^' 


15 


12 75 


iS 


14 85 


18 


14 40 


I X 7 


7 


25!^' 


I7J^ 


14 88 


21 


17 33 


21 


16 80 


I X s 


8 


281^ 


20 


17 00 


24 


19 80 


24 


19 20 


I X 9 


9 


3i}r 


221^ 


19 13 


27 


22 28 


27 


21 60 


I X 10 


10 


34 J^" 


25 


21 25 


30 


24 75 


30 


24 00 


I X II 


II 


38' 


27M 


23 38 


33 


27 23 


33 


26 40 


I X 12 


12 


41^4' 


30 


25 50 


36 


29 70 


36 


28 80 


I X 13 


13 


44?8' 


32>^ 


27 63 


39 


32 18 


39 


31 20 


I X 14 


14 


4778' 


35 


29 75 


1 42 


34 65 


42 


33 60 


I X 15 


It 


51 


37^2 


31 88 


! 45 


37 13 


45 


36 00 


I X 16 


16 


54' 


40 


34 00 


48 


39 60 


48 


38 40 


1 X iS 


iS 


605- 


45 


38 25 


54 


44 55 


54 


43 20 


I X 20 


20 


66;^' 


50 


42 50 


60 


49 50 


60 


48 00 


I X 22 


22 


73!^" 


55 


46 75 


66 


54 45 


66 


=;2 80 


I X 24 


24 


79 '8 ' 


60 


51 00 


72 


59 40 


72 


57 60 


I X 26 


26 


S6l«- 


65 


55 25 


7S 


64 35 


78 


62 40 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 27. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 30" high, or under to 34' high. 





TWENTY-FOUR 


INCHES HIGH 


. ONE ROW OF 


LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT OX THE 


Each Loop Represents 2 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 2,S Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 2S Feet of 




FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 






List Price. 










Per Foot, $1.00. Per Loop, $2 00. 


Per Fool, OT^c. Per Loop, $2.28. 


Per Fi ot, 95c. Per Loop. $2.22. 


1 X 


3 1 3 


12' 


6 


$6 00 


7 


*6 83 


7 


$665 


I X 


4 1 4 


15M' 


8 


8 00 


9^ 


9 10 


9l4 


8 £7 


I X 


5 \ 5 


iS"^' 


10 


10 00 


11.S' 


11 38 


II?i 


11 08 


I X 


6 1 6 


2I%- 


12 


12 00 


14 


13 65 


14 


13 30 


J X 


7 1 ~ 


25^' 


14 


14 00 


i6\' 


15 93 


I6J3 


15 52 


I X 


8 1 S 


28 J^' 


16 


16 00 


I8?i 


18 20 


i8?i 


17 73 


I X 


9 1 9 


3i>^' , 


18 


18 00 


21 


20 48 


21 


19 95 


I X 


10 i 10 


34i^- 


20 


20 00 


23'^3 


22 75 


23¥ 


22 17 


I X 


II 1 II 


38' 


22 


22 00 


25?3' 


25 03 


25% 


24 38 


I X 


12 12 


41k'' 


24 


24 00 


28 


27 30 


28 


26 60 


1 X 


13 13 


44%: 


26 


26 00 


30J3' 


29 58 


3013^ 


28 82 


I X 


14 14 


47 Jr 


28 


28 00 


3273 


31 85 


32.S' 


31 03 


I X 


15 15 


51 


30 


30 00 


35 


34 13 


35 


33 25 


I X 


16 16 


54 


32 


32 00 


37^3' 


36 40 


37^3^ 


35 47 


I X 


18 1 iS 


6033" 


36 


36 00 


42 


40 95 


42 


39 90 


I X 


20 20 


66 J^' 


40 


40 00 


46f3^ 


45 50 


46*3' 


44 33 


I X 


22 22 


73?i' 


44 


44 00 


51^3 


50 05 


51^3 


4S 77 


I X 


24 24 


79 Js' 1 


48 


48 00 


56 


54 60 


56 


53 20 


I X 


26 26 


86l«' 


52 


t2 00 


60-3 


59 15 


60^, 


57 63 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 21. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 34' high, and under. 



Co -7/ ^-2_ 



21 



r/\A.GRIFFiNGnRON"C0' 



BUNDY' 



n^uadi] Qwo J^ovv^ QteaiT. ^Mirecl ^^adiatcr. 




Fig. 2. 

Fig. 2 represents the Bimdy Two Row Steam Direct Radiator which has an open base in the form of a loop (see 
Fig. 34), through which sufficient air passes to tlie inside surface of the Radiator. A Radiator with small air openings, 
or none at all, cannot compare favorably with the Bundy which has the largest openings of any Radiator made. When 
used with feed and return on the same end (see Fig. 30), this radiator is equivalent to a One Row Radiator of double 
the length, owing to the septum in the base, and with our Partition Base one-half of the Radiator can be in u.se while 
the other half remains idle, or the entire Radiator may be used at one time. This is a good Radiator for the Direct- 
Indirect Box Base System (see Figs. 24, 25 and 20). For different ways of tapping see Fig. 30. 





FORTY 


-TWO INCHES 


HIG-H, TWO ROWS OF 


LOOPS. 




FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


, 


ST.tADAni). 


E\LARGED. 


EXTEXDED SURFACE. | 




JX VJAl i.U.^ 


Each Loop Kepreeents 3>3 Feet ol 


Each Loop Represents" iJi Feet of 


Each Loop Repr 


»cnt8 4'4 Feet of 




Heating Surface. 


Heating Surfaae. 


Heating 


Surface. 


Width of Base, 9Ji inches. 


List Pbice, 
Per Foot, 70c. Per Loop, $2.45. 


List Pricb 
Per Foot. eT'aC. Per Loop, $2..87. 


List Price t 
Per Foot, 65c. Per Loop, $2.76. | 


Shape 


Nximber 


Length 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


ol 


of 


of 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


Railiator. 


Loops. 


Radiators. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Siirface. 


for Marble Top. 


2 X 3 


6 


12" 


21 


$14 70 


2S>^ 


$17 21 


25>^ 


$16 s8 


2X4 


8 


1 5 '4" 


28 


19 60 


34 


22 95 


34 


22 10 


2 X 5 


10 


i81.^' 


35 


24 SO 


42>^ 


28 69 


42>^ 


27 «'3 


2X6 


12 


21% 


42 


29 40 


SI 


34 43 


51 , 


H 'A 


2X7 


14 


24 's' 


49 


34 3° 


S9>^ 


40 16 


5g^ 


38 68 


2 X « 


16 


28'r 


56 


39 20 


68 


45 ?° 


68 


44 20 


2X9 


18 


31'^' 


63 


44 10 


76^ 


SI 64 


i^y- 


49 73 


2 X lO 


20 


34 ?8' 


70 


49 00 


8S 


5738 


85 


|5 ^5 


2 X II 


22 


38; 


77 


53 90 


93>^ 


^l I' 


93^ 


60 78 


2 X 12 


24 


4lJ^- 


84 


S§8o 


102 


68 85 


102 


66 30 


2 X 13 


26 


44 ?8 


91 


63 70 


iio>^ 


74 59 


iio>^ 


71 83 


2 X 14 


28 


4758'" 


98 


68 60 


119 


8033 


119 


V -25 


2 X IS 


30 


50 Ji' 


105 


73 50 


127K 


86 07 


12T4 


82 88 


2 X 16 


32 


541^ 


112 


78 40 


136 1 91 80 


136 


88 40 


2 X 18 


36 


6o3f 


126 


88 20 


153 


103 28 


153 


99 45 


2 X 20 


40 


(>(,%■ 


140 


98 00 


170 


114 75 


'1° 


no 50 


2 X 22 


44 


73K' 


>54 


107 80 


187 


126 23 


187 


121 55 


2 X 24 


48 


79%" 


168 


117 60 


204 


137 70 


204 


132 60 


2 X 26 


52 


86 14' 


182 


127 40 


221 


149 18 


221 


"43 65 



For Lljt of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 47. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Badiators 42" high, or under to 86' high. 

WS'Xn Regular Steam Goods Tapped 1' x %' " Right Hand."-®t 



22 




/\;A:eRITFlNGlRON'C"0 




BUNDY- 





THIRTY-SIX INCHES 


HIGH. TWO ROWS OF 


LOOPS. 




FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 




1 STAXDABD. |[ ENL.VEGED. 


1 EXTENDED SCKFAfE. 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of [Each Loop Represents 3 1, Feet of 
1 Heating Surface. 1 Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 3 ', Feet of 
1 Heating Surface. 


\ndth of Base. OH inches. 1 ^-^^ Price, (| List Pbice. 

^^ 1 Per Foot. Tdc. Per Loop. $2.25. ! Per Foot. 72 ^c. Per Loop. $2.51. 


1 List Pkice. 


Per Foot. 70c. Per Loop. $2.45. 


Shape 1 Number length |j Feet With Iron Top | Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 1 With Iron Top 


of of of 1 of Heating | or Binder of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating | or Binder 


Badiatnr. ' Loops. BadiAtors. 


Surface. 'for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Siuface. for Marble Top. 


2X3 6 12' 


18 1 S13 50 


21 


S15 23 


21 i $14 70 


2X4 8 isV 24 


18 00 


28 


20 30 


28 


19 60 


2X5 'o iS'i' 30 


22 50 


35 


2538 


35 


24 so 


2x6 12 


21^4 1 36 


27 CXJ 


42 


30 45 


42 


29 40 


2 X 7 


14 


24'g' ! 42 


31 50 


49 


35 53 


49 


34 30 


2x8 


16 


23 Ig- 48 


36 00 


56 


40 60 


56 


39 20 


2x9 


18 


31 >4' l| 54 


40 50 


63 


45 68 


63 


44 10 


2 X 10 


20 


34^8' : 


60 


45 00 


70 


5° 75 


70 


49 00 


2 X II 


22 


38; ,. 1 


66 


49 50 


77 


55 83 


77 


53 9° 


2 X 12 


24 


"^'^i. 


72 


54 00 


84 


60 90 


84 


S8 80 


2 X 13 


26 


^H 


78 


S8 50 


91 


6598 


91 


63 70 


2 X 14 


28 


47*8' |i 84 


63 00 


98 


7.1 05 


98 


68 60 


2 X 15 


30 


Jo's' |: 90 


67 so 


105 


76 13 


105 


73 50 


2 X 16 32 


54>8 9^ 


72 00 


112 


81 20 


112 


78 40 


2 X 18 36 


6o»^' loS 


81 00 


126 


91 35 


126 


88 20 


2 X 20 40 


66^g' 120 


90 00 1 


140 


loi 50 


140 


98 00 


2 X 22 44 


73!^' 132 


99 00 , 154 


III 65 


154 


f07 80 


2 X 24 48 


79?^' 144 


108 00 16S 


121 80 


168 


H7 60 


2 X 26 52 


86l^' 156 


117 00 182 


131 95 


182 


127 40 1 



For List of Special Height Badiators see bottom of page ; 



NOTE.— The above prices are for all Eadiators 36' high, or under to 30' high. 





THIRTY INCHES HIGH. TWO ROWS OF 


LOOPS. 




LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT OS THE 


Each Loop Represents 2 S Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 








List Price, 




List Price, 




Per Foot 85c. Per Loop, $2.13. 


Per Foot. 82 ijc. Per Loop. $2.48. 


Per Foot. 80c. Per Loop. $2.40. 


2X3 


6 


12' 


IS 


SI2 7s 


18 


S14 85 


18 


S14 40 


2X4 


8 


15^4" 


20 


17 00 


24 


19 So 


24 


19 20 


2X5 


10 


mr 


25 


21 25 


30 


24 75 


30 


24 00 


2x6 


12 


213^' 


30 


25 50 


36 


29 70 


36 


28 80 


2X7 


14 


24 '8 ' 


35 


29 75 


42 


34 05 


42 


33 60 


2 X 8 


16 


2818- 


40 


34 00 


48 


39 60 


48 


38 40 


2 X 9 


iS 


31I4' 


45 


382s 


1^ 


44 55 


54 


43 20 


2 X 10 


20 


34 "s" 


50 


42 so 


60 


49 50 


60 


48 00 


2 X II 




38;,. 


55 


46 75 


66 


54 45 


66 


S2 80 


2 X 12 


24 


-"^ 


60 


51 00 


72 


59 40 


72 


57 60 


2 X 13 


26 


^X 


65 


55 25 


78 


64 35 


78 


62 40 


2 X 14 


28 


4:'i' 


70 


59 50 


84 


69 30 


84 


67 20 


2 X 15 


30 


50 '8 


/3 


63 75 


90 


74 25 


90 


72 00 


2 X 16 




54I8' 


80 


68 00 


96 


79 20 


96 


76 80 


2 X 18 


36 


60^8 • 


90 


76 50 


108 


89 10 


108 


86 40 


2 X 20 


40 


66^g' 


100 


85 00 


120 


99 00 


120 


96 00 


2 X 22 


44 


73'4^' 


IIO 


93 50 


132 


'°? §° 


132 


105 60 


2 X 24 


48 


79^4' 


120 


102 00 


144 


118 80 


144 


115 20 


2 X 26 


52 


&6^- 


130 


no 50 


156 


128 70 


156 


124 80 



For List of Special Hei^^ht Badiators see bottom of page 37. NOTE.— The abore prices are for all Radiators 30' high, or under to 34' high. 



TWENTY 


-FOUR 


INCHES 


HIGH, 


TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 


' T.IST OF RtnUTOR-S RrTT T 0?f TTTR 


Each Loop Represents 2 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 2S Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 2»i Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 






List Price. 


List Price. 


List Price, 






Per Foot, $1.00. Per Loop. $2.00. 


Per Foot, 97 ',c. Per Loop, $2.28. 


Per Foot. 95c. Per Loop, $2.22. 


2X3 


6 


12' 


12 


S12 00 


14 


S13 6s 


14 


S13 30 


2X4 


8 


I5¥' 


16 


16 00 


18V3 


18 20 


18=^ 


17 73 


2 X 5 


10 


i8i^' 


20 


20 00 


23I3 


22 75 


23>S 


22 17 


2x6 


12 


2i?l' 


24 


24 00 


28 


27 30 


28 


26 60 


2 X 7 


14 


24%' 


28 


28 00 


327^ 


31 85 


32-% 


31 03 


2x8 


16 


2SH' 


32 


32 00 


37'A 


36 40 


37>^ 


35 46 


2X9 


18 


3i»i' 


36 


36 00 


42 


40 95 


42 


39 90 


2 X 10 


20 


34=8' 


40 


40 00 


46?^ 


45 50 


46% 


44 33 


2 X II 


22 


38' , 


44 


44 00 


Si>^ 


5005 


5i>i 


48 77 


2 X 12 


24 


41V 


48 


48 00 


56 


54 60 


1^ 


53 20 


2 X 13 


26 


nH' 


52 


S2 00 


60-% 


59 15 


60H 


57 63 


2 X 14 


28 


ATs' 


56 


S6 00 


6S'A 


6370 


6S'A 


62 07 


2 X IS 


30 


So-i 


60 


60 00 


70 


68 2S 


70 


66 50 


2 X 16 


32 


S4H- 


64 


64 00 


74% 


72 8i 


74?^ 


70 93 


2 X 18 


36 


6o^- 


72 


72 00 


84 


81 90 


84 


li^. 


2 X 20 


40 


66 Jg- 


80 


80 00 


93'A 


91 00 


93'A 


88 66 


2 X 22 


44 


73M' 


88 


88 00 


102% 


100 10 


102% 


97 54 


2 X 24 


48 


79^^' 


96 


96 00 


112 


109 20 


112 


106 70 


2 X 26 


52 


861^ 


104 


104 00 


I2lJ^ 118 30 1 


121H 


115 27 



For list of Special Height Badiators see bottom of page 37. NOTE. -The above prices are for all Badiators ii' high, and under. 



23 



BUNDY' 



piindv QiTi^ee \\ov: Q^tearu ^irect Padiatc 




Fig. 3. 

Fig. 3 represents the Bundy Three Eow Steam Direct Eadiator, -which has no eqxuTalent in width in any other 
vertical tube Radiator on the market. It has a ba.se with liberal sized openings through which the air can pass to all 
the inside surface. This Radiator can be tapped for feed and return on the same end (see Fig. 31), and can be used 
with ])erfect success in connection with the One Pipe System, and like all Bundy Radiators, can be furnished with 
liiglier legs tlian usual without extra cliarge when desired. For different ways of tapping see Fig. 31. 



FORTY-TWO INCHES HIG-H, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 





FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 




LIST OF RADIATORS UUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE I!.\SES. 


STAXnARD. 


1 ENLARGED. 


EXTENDED SURFACE. 


Each Loop Represents 3 ', Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 4 »4 Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 4 ^i Feet of 
Heating Surface. 




chea 


List Price, 


List Price, 


List Pbick, 






Per Foot. 7nc Per Loop, $2.4.^. 


Per Foot, 67 ',c. Per Loop, $2.87. 


Per Foot, 65c. Per Loop, $2.76. 


tUupe 


Nnmber 


LeuKtli 


Feet 


Willi Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 






of 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


lUdlalor. 


Loops. 


Radiators. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top 


3X3 


9 


.2X' 


3'^ 


$22 05 


38X S2S 82 


38-4: $24 86 


3 X 4 


12 


ISK" 


42 


29 40 


SI 34 43 


5' 33 15 


3 X S 


'5 


iS'A' 


52'-' 


36 75 


63H 


43 03 


63H 41 44 


3X6 


1 3 


22' 


63 


44 10 


76'A 


51 64 


76'A 49 73 


3 X 7 


21 


25^' 


7i'i 


51 45 


89X 


60 25 


89X 58 02 


3X8 


24 


28>^" 


84 


58 8o 


102 


68 85 


102 66 30 


3 X 9 


27 


3''A' 


94>^ 


66 15 


114IC 


77 46 


"4U 74 59 

127;^ 1 82 88 


3 X lo 


30 


34^" 


10s 


73 50 


J27'A 


86 07 


3 X u 


33 


39 


"'5^ 


80 §5 


140X 


94 38 1 


J40X 91 J7 


3 X 12 36 


42 


126 


88 20 


"S3 


103 28 


153 99 45 


3 X 13 39 


45^" 


^36'A 


95 55 


'65^ 


III 88 


i(>5H 107 73 


3 X IS 45 


5'¥" 


'STA 


no 2% 


191X 


129 10 


191X 1 124 32 



For Ust of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 27. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 42' high, or nodcr to 36' high. 



O^^All Regular Steam Goods Tapped 1" 

24 



"Kigrlit nanil.'"^a 




AAGRIFFING IRONCO 




BUNDY' 



THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIG-H, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 





FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS 








STANDARD. 


1 ENLARGED. 


EXTENDED SURFAIE. 




Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Repreeeuts 3 ^a Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 S Feet of 




Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, 13 S i 


jches. 


List Price, 
Per Foot. 75c. Per Loop, $2.25. 


List Price, 
Per Foot, 72 'aO. Per Loop, $2.54. 


List Price. 
Per Foot. 70c. Per Loop. $2. 15. 






Leu^tll 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


of 


of 


of 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


Radiator. 


LoopB. 


Radiators. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


3X3 9 


I2X" 


27 


J20 25 


3'^ 


$22 84 


31/2 


S22 05 


3X4 


12 


15^" 


36 


27 00 


^ , 


30 45 


42 


29 40 


3 X S 


IS 


iSVz" 


45 


33 75 


t2'A 


3807 


52?^ 


36 75 


3X6 


18 


22" 


54 


40 50 


63 


45 68 


^3 . 


44 10 


3 X 7 


21 


2sH" 


63 


47 25 


py^ 


53 29 


P'^ 1 51 45 


3X8 


24 


2SH" 


72 


54 00 


84 


60 90 


84 58 80 


3 X 9 


27 


31'A' 


81 


60 75 


94>^ 


68 52 


94.5^ 66 15 


3 X lo 


30 


34^" 
39 


90 


67 so 


105 


76 13 


105 


73 50 


3 X II 


33 




74 25 


i^s'A 


83 74 


ii5>^ 


80 §5 


3 X 12 


36 


42" 


108 


81 00 


126 


91 35 


126 


88 20 


3 X 13 


39 


4S>^" 


117 


87 75 


I36>^ 


98 97 


136^^ 


95 55 


3 X 15 


45 


51^" 


135 


loi 25 


IS7K 


114 20 


157K 


no 25 



For List of Special Height Radiators fee bottom of page 27. KOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 36" tigh, 



THIRTY INCHES HIGH, THREE RO"WS OF LOOPS. 



LIST OP RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 2>a Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 












Per Foot. aSc. Per Loop, $2.13. 


Per Foot. 82 ijc. Per Loop, $2.48. 


Per Foot. 80c. Per Loop. $2.40. 


3 X 3 


9 


12X" 


22^4 


S19 12 


27 


$22 28 


27 


$21 60 


3X4 


12 


isK" 


30 


25 50 


36 


29 70 


36 


28 80 


3 X 5 


15 


i8>^" 


37;^ 


31 87 


45 


37 13 


45 


36 00 


3X6 


18 


22" 


45 


38 25 


54 


44 55 


54 


43 20 


3 X 7 


21 


25H' 


S2>^ 


44 62 


63 


51 9S 


63 


50 40 


3 X 8 


24 


2»H" 


60 


51 00 


72 


59 40 


72 


57 60 


3 X 9 


27 


3i'A" 


^TA 


57 37 


81 


6683 


81 


64 So 


3 X 10 


30 


34X 


Z5 


63 75 


90 


74 25 


90 


72 00 


3 X II 


33 


39 


82;^ 


70 12 


99 


81 68 


99 


79 20 


3 X 12 


36 


42" 


90 


76 50 


108 


89 10 


108 


86 40 


3 X 13 


39 


45)4" 


97'A 


82 §7 


117 


96 53 


117 


93 60 


3 X 15 


45 


51K" 


112A 


95 62 


135 


III 38 


135 


108 00 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of pa^e 27. NOTE.— The above prices arc for all Radiators 30' high, or under to 24" high . 



TWENTY-FOUR INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS- 



LIST 


OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Each Loop Represents 2 Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents iV, Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 2V3 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 




Width of Base, 13 >s inches. 


Per Foot, $1.00. Per Loop. $2.00. 


Per Foot, 97 \c. Per Loop, $2.28. 


Per Foot, 9.ic. Per Loop. $2.22. 


3 X 


3 


9 


12X" 


18 


SiS 00 


21 


$20 48 


21 


$19 95 


3 X 


4 


12 


15K" 


24 


24 00 


28 


27 30 


28 


26 60 


3 X 


5 


15 


iS'A" 


30 


30 00 


35 


34 13 


35 


33 25 


3 X 


6 


iS 


22" 


36 


36 00 


42 


40 95 


42 


39 90 


3 X 


7 


21 


2SH" 


42 


42 00 


49 


47 78 


49 


46 55 


3 X 


8 


24 


2m" 


48 


48 00 


56 


54 60 


56 


5320 


3 X 


9 


27 


vA'' 


54 


54 00 


63 


!o *^ 


63 


^t^5 


3 X 


10 


30 


34X" 


60 


60 00 


70 


68 25 
75 °8 


70 


66 50 


3 X 


II 


33 


39" 


66 


66 00 


77 


77 


73 IS 


3 X 


IJ 


36 


42" 


72 


72 00 


84 


ll^ 


84 


79 80 


3 X 


n 


39 


45%" 


78 


78 00 


91 


88 73 
102 38 


91 


8645 


3 X 


'5 


45 


51K" 


90 


90 00 


105 


105 


99 75 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of pag 



NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators W high, and under. 



25 



)/\A.GR"'''i'^'^ 'RON CO 



BUNDY' 



Q^Gur ]-?GW Kundu Qteain ^Mired J-?adiatcr. 




Fig. 4. 

Fig. i rejjresents the Buudy Four Row Steam Direct Radiator, which has no equivalent in width in any other ver- 
tical tube Radiator on the market. The base of this Radiator has a large number of air ojienings, of liberal size, so that 
the entire surface of the Radiator is constantly surrounded with freely circulating air, thus giving it an advantage over 
all other Radiators of equal width of from 25 to 40 per cent greater efficiency. It can be used on tlie One Pipe 
System, and can be tapped on same or opposite end as shown in Fig. 32. 



FORTY-TWO INCHES HIG-H, FOUR ROWS OF LOOPS. 



1 

FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BOILT ON THE 
FOLLOWIN'O SIZE BASEa. 


STAXDARP. 


ENLAIMJED. 


EXTENDED SCKFACE. 


Each Loop Represents 3 'a Feet o! 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 4 '4 Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Representfl 4 '4 Feet of 
Heating Surface. ^' 


Widtb nf Riuio 17>>: (nxhac 


List Price, 


List Price 


List Pbick 








Per Foot, 70c. Per Loop. $2.45. 


Per Foot, 67Sc. Per Loop, $2.87. 


Per Foot. C5c. Per Loop, $2.76. 


SUape 


Number 


Leu^'tli 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


of 


of 


of 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


Baitiator. 


liOopB. 


Badiatora. 


Surfai^e. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


4X4 


i6 


I6'yi' 


56 


$39 20 


68 


S45 90 


68 


$44 20 


4 X 5 


20 


I9H' 


70 


49 GO 


85 


5738 


85 


55 25 


4 X 6 


24 


22%' 


84 


58 80 


102 


68 85 


102 


^^ 30 


4 X 8 


32 


29X" 


112 


78 40 


136 


91 80 


136 


88 40 


4 X lo 


40 


35^8" 


140 


98 00 


170 


"4 75 


170 


no 50 


4 X 14 


56 


196 


137 20 


238 


160 65 


238 


'54 70 


4 X l8 


V 


<f%' 


280 


176 40 


306 


206 55 


306 


198 90 


4 X 20 


80 


6TA- 


ic6 00 


340 


229 50 


340 


221 00 


4 X 22 


88 


JS'A' 


308 


215 60 


374 


252 45 


374 


243 '0 


4 X 24 


06 


79H' 


336 1 235 20 


408 


275 40 


408 


265 20 



For Llat of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 27. KOTB. — The above prlceR are for all Radiators 4i' high, or under to 36' high. 

tt^AU Regrular Steam Ooods Tapped 1' x ^4' "Right Hand."-®« 

26 



T— KBUtSlDY-^- 



THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIG-H, FOUR ROWS OF LOOPS. 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BrXLT OS THE 
FOLLOWISG SIZE BASES. 


STANDARD. 


1 EXLAR(iED. 


1 EXTENDED SlIRFAfE. 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 3 1^ Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 3 ^a Feet of 
Heating Surface. 




List Price, 


List Price, 


List Price, 






Per Foot 75c. Per Loop. $2.26. 


Per Foot, 72 "jC. Per Loop. $2.54. 


Per Foot, 70c. Per Loop. $2.45. 


Shape 


Number LenKth 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 1 With Iron Top 


of 


of of 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 




Radiator. 


Loops. Radiators. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. ]for Marble Top. 


4X4 


I6 , l6'yi~ 


48 


S36 00 


56 


$40 60 


56 i S39 20 


4 X 5 


20 


"9% 


60 


45 00 


70 


5° 75 


70 


49 00 


4X6 


24 


"^: 


72 


54 00 


84 


60 90 


84 


58 80 


4X8 


32 


29X 


96 


72 00 


112 


81 20 


112 


78 40 


4 X lo 


4° 


35^ 


120 


90 00 


140 


loi 50 


140 


98 00 


4 X 14 


56 


48% 


16S 


126 00 


196 


142 10 


196 1 137 20 


4 X i8 


72 


6o>4- 


216 


162 00 


252 


182 70 


252 176 40 


4 X 20 


So 


67X- 


240 


180 00 


280 


203 00 


280 , 196 CO 


4 X 22 


SS 


73;^" 


264 


198 00 


308 


223 30 


308 ' 215 60 


4 X 24 


96 


79rs' 1 


28S 


216 00 


336 


243 60 


336 235 20 



For List of Special Height Radiators see Bottom of page. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 36' high, and under to 30' high. 



THIRTY INCHES HIG-H. FOUR ROWS OF LOOPS. 



LIST OF RAUI-ATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 2 ^i Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 












Per Foot. 85c. Per Loop. $2.13. 


Per Foot, S2 ',c. Per Loop, $2.48. 


Per Foot, 80c. Per Loop, $2.40. 


4X4 


16 


i6>|- 


40 


§34 00 


48 


$30 60 


48 


S38 40 


4 X 5 


20 


i9H' 


§° 


42 5° 


60 


49 50 


60 


48 00 


4X6 


24 


22^" 


60 


51 00 


72 


59 40 


72 


57 60 


4 X S 


"- 


29X" 


80 


68 00 


96 


79 20 


96 


76 80 


4 X 10 


40 


35fS" 


100 


85 00 


120 


99 00 


120 


96 00 


4 X 14 


56 


48^" 


140 


119 00 


168 


138 60 


168 


134 40 


4 X 18 


r 


6o}4:- 


180 


153 00 


216 


178 20 


2X6 


172 So 


4 X 20 


80 


f>lW 


200 


170 00 


240 


198 00 


240 


192 00 


4 X 22 


88 


n%- 


220 


187 00 


264 


217 80 


264 


211 20 


4 X 24 


96 


79H' 


240 


204 00 


288 


237 60 


288 


230 40 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of pag 



2^0TE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 30' high and under to 'M' high. 



TWENTY-FOUR INCHES HIG-H, FOUR ROWS OF LOOPS- 



LIST OF RADI.\TORS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 2 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 2^-i Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 2Vi Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASE.S. 


1 Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, irja it 


ches. 


List Price, 
Per Foot $1.00. Per Loop. $2.00. 


List Price, 
Per Foot 9" ',c. Per Loop. $2.28. 


List Price, 
Per Foot S-ic. Per Loop, $2.22. 


4X4 


16 


l6>^" 


32 


S32 00 


37M 


S36 40 


37 ^^ 


S35 47 


"^ ^ I 


20 


t9H' 


40 


40 00 


46% 


45 50 


46?^ 


44 35 


4X6 


24 


22%- 


48 


48 00 


56 


54 60 


56 


S3 20 


4X8 


32 


29'4" 


64 


64 00 


745^ 


72 80 


74% 


70 93 


4 X 10 


40 


35H~ 


80 


80 CO 


93 K 


91 00 


93% 


88 67 


4 X 14 


56 


fn; 


112 


112 00 


130% 


127 40 


'3°% 


124 13 


4 X 18 


72 


6o'A- 


144 


144 00 


168 


163 80 


168 


159 60 


4 X 20 


80 


67X' 


160 


160 CO 


186M 


182 00 


186% 


177 35 


4 X 22 


88 


73'A: 


176 


176 00 


205 M 


200 20 


205% 


195 06 


4 X 24 


96 


79H 


192 


192 00 


224 


218 40 


224 


212 80 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators at" high and under. 



List of Regular and Special Height Steam Rectangular, Circular, Column and Comer Radiators. 





10" 


14 


18" 


22" 


26" 


30" 


34" 


38" 


45" 




11" 


IS" 


19" 


23° 


27" 


31" 


35" 


39 






12' 


i6" 


20 


24 


28" 


32" 


36 


40 






13" 


■7" 


21" 


25" 


29" 


33" 


37 


42" 





27 



BUNDY — 



)ne ^ |-?GW l£ot y(/aler ^irect |-?adiator. 




F:a. 35. 

Piu. 3o rc|ncsciits the Bumly One Row Hot Water Direct Radiator, wliicli is, without exception, tlie most powerful Hot Water Ilealing 
Radiator on tlie market. It is made from the Bundy One Row Steam Radiator, wiiicli in apjiearance it resembles, and is very narrow, 
occui)yiiiK in widlli scarcely more space than tlie ordinary one inch pipe coil. Tliis Radiator holds the minimum amount of water per square 
foot of surface, and hence the circulation is more rapid and the drain on the heater very much less than when any other style is used ; in fact, 
the saving in fuel where the Bundy Radiator is used makes it the cheapest Radiator on the market. The ease with which the water, after 
surrendering its heat, falls perpendicularly and passes from this Radiator should commend its use to all desiring the best apparatus. 

The cut shows a Radiator tapped for supply connection in the upper circulating chamber, where it can be furnished without extra charge 
when the overhead system of piping is used or the Radiator is wanted to set on the same or a lower level than the Hot Water Heater proi>er, 
but when goods are wanted tapped this way it should be noted on the order, otherwise the regular taijping in the base will be sent 
(see Fig. 36). 





FORT Y-F I V E 


INCHES 


HIG-H, 


ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 




FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 1 






STANDARD. 


EKLAKOED. 


EXTESDED SIRFACE. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BCILT OX THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 








Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 4-54 Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 4-tj Feet of 
Heating Surface. 






List Price, 


List Pkice, 


List Prick, 


Widtn of Base, 5^ Inches, 


Per Foot, 85c. Per Loop, $3.40. 


Per Foot, 8-%c. Per Loop, $3.92 


Per Foot, 80c. Per Loop. $3.80. 


Shape 


Number 


Length 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


Witli Iron Top 


of 


of 


of 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


Radiator. 

I X 3 


Loops. 


Radiators. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Mai ble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Toj). 


3 


12" 


12 


$10 20 


uH 


$11 76 


14'4 


$11 40 


I X 4 


4 


15,'4" 


i6 


13 60 


19 


15 68 


I'J 


15 20 


• X 5 


5 


i»H' 


20 


17 00 


23¥ 


19 60 


23!*^ 


ig 00 


I X 6 


6 


21%' 


24 


20 40 


28^^ 


23 52 


28^ 


22 80 


I X 7 


7 


25HI 


28 23 So 


33J^ 


27 43 


33'i 


26 60 


I X 8 


8 


2&Vt" 


32 27 2o 


38- 


31 35 


3* , 


30 40 


I X 9 


9 


31}^' 


36 30 60 


42.=?:^ 


35 28 


42M 


34 20 


I X 10 


lo 


34!r 


40 34 00 


47>2 


39 19 


47M 


38 00 


I X II 


II 


38" 


44 37 40 


52>4 


43 12 


52Ji 


41 80 


I X 12 


12 


41^" 


48 40 80 


57 


47 03 


57 


45 60 


I X 13 


13 


44%" 


52 44 20 


61K 


50 95 


6i?4 


49 4" 


1 X M 


14 


4iys 


56 47 60 


66K 


54 87 


66k< 


53 20 


1 X 15 


>5 


51' 


60 51 00 


71}^ 


58 79 


VK 


57 o" 


1 X 16 


16 


54" 


64 54 40 


76 


62 70 


76 


60 80 


1 X l8 


i8 


605^- 


72 61 20 


85M 


70 54 


85K 


68 40 


I X 20 


20 


66 Jg- 


80 68 00 


95 


78 38 


95 


76 00 



I'or List of Sjiccial Height Radiators see bottom of page 33. NOTE,— The above prices are for all Radiators 45' high, and nnder to 3!)' high. 

t&'kW Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped 1,14" X IJ4" "Right Hand."'-©8 

28 




AA.GRIFFING IRON CO 




BUNDY' 



THIRTY-NINE INCHES HIGH, ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. | 




STAXDARI). 


tNLARGED. 


EXTEXDEI) SURFACE. 




Each Loop Represents 3 ^3 Feet ot 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet ot 




Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


■Width of Base, 5>i inches. 


List Pbice, 


List Price. 


List Price, 


Per Foot 90c. Per Loop, $3.15. 


Per Foot, 87 '.c. Per Loop. $3.50. 


Per Foot. 85c. Per Loop. $3.40. 


Shape 1 Number 


Length 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet I With Iron Top 


of of 


of 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heatins; 


or Binder 


of Heating | or Bincier | 


Radiator 1 Loops. 


Badiators. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


foi JTarble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


I X 3 3 


12" 


io;4 


$ 9 45 


12 


Sio 50 


12 


Sio 20 


1X4 4 


151^' 


14 


12 60 


16 


14 00 


16 


13 60 


I X 5 S 


18}^' 


I7>2 


■5 75 


20 


17 50 


20 


17 00 


1X6 6 


2l3^' 


21 


18 90 


24 


21 00 


24 


20 40 


I X 7 


7 


25!^ 


2412 22 05 


28 


24 50 


28 23 80 


I X 8 


8 


281^ 


28 25 20 


32 


28 00 


32 1 27 20 


I X 9 


9 


311^" 


3i>^ j 28 35 


36 


31 50 


36 30 60 


I X lo 


10 


^^V,' 


35 31 50 


40 


35 °o 


40 34 00 


1 X II 


II 


38" 


38>i 


34 65 


44 


38 50 


44 37 40 


I X 12 


12 


W 


42 


37 80 


48 


42 00 


48 40 80 


I X 13 


13 


44^8" 


45>^ 


40 95 


5? 


45 5" 


52 1 44 20 


I X 14 


■4 


477^ 


49 


44 10 


f 


49 CO 


56 47 60 


I X 15 


15 


51" 


52>^ 


47 25 


60 


52 50 


60 51 00 


'- X 16 


16 


54' 


56 ' 50 40 


64 


56 00 


04 54 40 


I X 18 


18 


6oS^' 


63 i 56 70 


^ 


63 00 


72 , 5 1 20 


I X 20 20 


tty^' 


70 ] 63 00 


70 00 


80 1 68 00 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page c 



NOTE. — The above prices are for all Radiators 39' high, and under to 33' high. 





THIRTY-THREE 


INCHES HIG-H 


, ONE 


ROW OF LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADL\TOBS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 ' j Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 'A^^ I'eet of 




FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 




Width of Base, 5I»j inches. 


List Price, 
Per Foot, $1.00. Per Loop. $3.00. 


List Price, 
Per Foot, 97 'jc. Per Loop. $3.41. 


List Price, 
Per Foot 95c. Per Loop. $3.33. 


I X 


3 


3 


12' 


9 


5 9 00 


10;^ 


Sio 24 


lO'^ 


5 9 98 


I X 


4 


4 


isJr 


12 


12 00 


14 


13 65 


14 


13 30 


I X 


5 


5 


i8J^" 


15 


15 00 


^VA 


17 06 


17/2 


16 63 


I X 


6 


6 


21M 


iS 


18 00 


21 


20 48 


21 


19 05 


I X 


7 


7 


25ir 


21 


21 00 


24>^ 


23 89 


24>^ 


23 28 


I X 


S 


8 


231^" 


24 


24 00 


28 


27 30 


28 


26 60 


I X 


9 


9 


si^r 


27 


27 00 


l^M 


30 7' 


3i>^ 


29 93 


I X 


10 


10 


34^r 


30 


30 00 


35 


34 13 




33 25 


I X 


II 


II 


3^".. 


33 


33 00 


38>< 


37 54 


38/2 


36 57 


I X 


13. 


12 


4I14 


36 


36 00 


42 


40 95 


42 


39 90 


I X 


13 


13 


44?8" 


39 


39 °o 


45^ 


44 36 


45>^ 


43 23 


I X 


14 


14 


47;^' 


42 


42 00 


49 


47 78 


49 


4655 


I X 


15 


■5 


51' 


45 


45 00 


52>^ 


51 19 


52>i 


49 88 


I X 


16 


16 


54 


48 


48 00 


56 


54 60 


56 


53 20 


I X 


18 


18 


eoSg" 


54 


54 00 


63 


61 43 


63 


59 85 


I X 


20 


20 


66?^" 


6j 


60 00 


70 


68 25 


70 


66 50 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 33. NOTE— The above prices are for all Radiators .13" high, and under to sr" high. 



TWENTY 


-SEVEN 


INCHES HIGH, ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 2 14 Feet 0: 


Each Loop Kepresents 2| Feet ot 


Each Loop Represents 2| Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, 5J3 inches. 


List Price, 
Per Foot $1.15. Per Loop, $2.88 


List Price. 
Per Foot $11212'. Per Loop, $3.19. 

8>^ S 9 57 


List Price, 
Per Foot $1.10. Per Loop. $3.12. 


I X 3 


3 


12' 


7^ 


S 8 63 


^% 


S 9 35 


I X 4 


4 


15'r 


10 


II 50 


IlH 12 75 


I I '-5 


12 47 


' ^ \ 


5 


I8J^" 


12;^ 


1438 


W/f, 15 94 


I4H 


1558 


I X 6 


6 


21M" 


IS 


17 25 


17 19 13 


17 


18 70 


I X 7 


7 


25"^" 


17K 


20 13 


19% 22 32 


\<fA 


21 82 


I X 8 


8 


28^" 


20 


23 00 


22?^ 25 51 


22% 


24 97 


I X 9 


9 


-i^Vi 


22>^ 


25 88 


25 K 28 69 


"§^. 


28 05 


I X 10 


10 


34^" 


25 


28 75 


2%y, 31 ss 


28M 


31 17 


I X II 


II 


38;' 


27>^ 


31 63 


31H 35 °7 


3«H 


34 29 


I X 12 ! 12 


4iJi 


30 


34 50 


34 38 25 


34 


37 40 


I X 13 13 


-M?^: 


32,J^ 


3738 


36% 41 44 


36% 


40 54 


I X 14 14 


47% 


35 


40 25 


39'-^ 44 63 


39% 


43 63 


I X 15 15 51" 


37>^ 


43 13 


V-y?. 47 82 


41^ 


45 65 


I X 16 16 54" 


40 


46 00 


45>3 51 00 


45M 


49 87 


I X 18 iS 6oS^' 


45 


51 75 


51 1 57 38 


51 


56 10 


I X 20 20 1 66^' 


50 


57 .50 


56'! 1 63 75 


56^/3 


62 34 1 



For Lift of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page S 



NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 87" high, and under. 



29 




^AA.GRIFFINGIRONC0 



EKSD' ClTY.NJ 



:^^/C/)rRADlMC^SS 




BUNDY 



T> 



^..^^ J-- JV 



J£^^^-- 



^■;-" n? 







Fig. 36. 

Fig. 36 represents the Bundv Two Row Hot Water Direct Radiator which has a base and upper circulating chamber, both made in the form 
of a loop (see Fig. 34 > with large openings, through which freely circulating air can pass to the inside surface of the Radiator. This feature 
makes this Radiator from 2.J to 40 per cent, more efficient than any other Radiator, having only small air openings in the base, or none at all, 
as is oftentimes the case. It can be furnished tapped for floor and return pipes at the same end, without extra charge, when it is equivalent 
to a One Row Radiator of double its length, owing to the septum cast in the base and in the upi>er circulating chamber, and with our parti- 
tion base and upper circulating chamber, one-half of the Radiator can be in use while the other half remains idle, or the entire Ratliator may 
be used at one time. This represents a great saving of fuel and prevents overheating of apartments. Aiso this Radiator is a great success in 
connection with the Direct-Indirect Box Base System (see Figs. 24, 2-5 and 26t. and can be tapped in the upper circulating chamber as shown 
in Fig. .3-5 if required, for which no extra charge will be made. 



FORTY-FIVE INCHES HIG-H, TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


LIST OF R.\DlATORS BCTLT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BiSES. 


STA.MIAKU. 




t.\TE.\iHiU SIKFAIK. 


Each Loop RepresentB 4 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4^ Feet of 


Each Loop Represents H^ Feet of 






Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, !^ inc 


hes. 1 


List Price. 


List Pbicb. 


List Peice, 




Per Foot, 85c. Per Loop. $3.40. 


Per Foot. 82Wc. Per Loop. t3.9S 
Feet j With Iron Top 


Per Foot. 80c. Per Loop, $3.80. 
Feet With Iron Top 


Shape 1 Number 


Length | 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


of of 


of Heatmg 


or Arransed 


of Heating 1 or Arranged 


of Heating or Arranged 


Radiator. 


Loops. 


Badiators. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. for Marble Top. 

2SJ2 ! $23 52 


Surface. for Marble Top. 

2S».< $22 So 


2X3 


6 


12' 


24 


$20 40 


2X4 


8 


IS?*' 


32 


27 20 


38 1 31 36 1 


38 30 40 


2 y 3 


10 


mf 


40 i 34 00 


47^ 


39 20 


47J^ 


38 00 


2X6 


12 


21»i' 


48 


40 80 


57 


47 04 


57 


45 60 


2X7 


14 


247«' 


56 


47 60 


66 J^ 


5486 


661^ 


53 20 


2X8 


16 


281^' 


64 


54 40 


76 


62 70 


76 


60 80 


2X9 


18 


31 '4' 


72 


61 20 


»5H 


70 56 


85K 


68 40 


2 X 10 


20 


34 -'s' 1 


80 


68 00 


95 


78 38 


95 


76 00 


2 X II 


22 


38' 1 


88 


74 80 


104 J^ 


86 24 


104}^ 


83 60 


2 X 12 


24 


41'*' ' 


96 


81 60 


114 


94 06 


114 


91 20 


2 X 13 


26 


44?8' ' 


104 


88 40 


123H 


101 90 


123!^ ! 98 80 


2 X 14 


28 


47i^g' j 


112 


95 20 


133 


109 74 


133 106 40 


2 X 15 


30 


5o7i,' ! 


120 


. 102 00 


I42j^ 1 117 58 


142*^ 114 10 


2 X i6 


32 


54'8 


128 108 80 


152 125 40 


i:;2 121 60 


2 X i8 


36 


(>o%' 


144 122 40 


171 141 oS 


171 136 80 


2 X 20 1 40 


6b 7«' 


lf)0 136 00 


iqo I?6 -(> 


190 T52 o<> 



For List of Special Height R»dia'or« sie bottom of page .*?. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators ■!.", high. 

gSTAll Begnlar Hot Water Goods Tapped 114' X IH' "Right Hand."-=? 



nd under to 39' high. 



30 




AAGRIFFING IRON CO 

zr^vzi^, JERSEY CITY.NJ j'^cfS, 




BUNDY" 



THIRTY-NINE INCHES HIGH, TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



FOR STANDARD ENLARGED OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


LIST OP RADIATORS BUILT ON TIiE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Sl'ANDAItn. 


KNLA 

Each Looi) Repr 
Heating 


UJKI). 


KXTENUKl) SURFACE. 

Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 
Heating Surface 


Each Loop RepresentH 3J^ Feet of 
Heatini; Surface. 


etents 4 Feet of 
Surface. 


TTidth of Base, 0;)^ inches. 


List Price. 
Per Foot, 90c. Per Loop, $3.15. 


List Price. 
Per Foot grj^c. Per Loop. $3..'50. 


List 
Per Foot. 8Sc. 


Price. 
Per Loop. $3.40, 


Shape 


Number 


Length 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


of 


or 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


Radiator. 


Loops. 


Radiators. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


2 X 3 


6 


12" 


21 


$18 90 


24 


$21 00 


24 


%20 40 


2 X 4 


S 


153^" 


28 


25 20 


32 28 00 


32 


27 20 


2 X 5 


lO 


i8Ji" 


35 


31 50 


40 35 00 


40 


34 00 


2X6 


12 


2i?i" 


42 


37 80 


48 


42 00 


48 


40 80 


2X7 


14 


24 J^" 


49 


44 10 


56 


49 00 


56 


47 60 


2 X 8 


10 


281^" 


56 


50 40 


64 


56 00 


64 


54 40 


2 X 9 


i8 


31 M" 


63 - 


56 70 


72 


63 00 


72 


61 20 


2 X lo 


20 


34?8" 


70 


63 00 


80 


70 00 


80 


68 00 


2 X II 


22 


38" 




69 30 


88 


77 00 


88 


74 80 


2 X 12 


24 


41 Ji" • 


«4 


75 60 


96 


84 00 


96 


81 6(1 


2 X 13 


26 


44%" ' 


91 


Si 90 


104 


gi 00 


104 


88 40 


2 X 14 


28 


47?8" 


98 


88 20 


112 


98 00 


112 


95 20 


2 X 15 


3° 


50^" 


105 


94 50 


120 


105 00 


120 


102 00 


2 X i6 


32 


54J-4" 


112 


100 80 


128 


112 00 


128 


108 80 


2 X i8 


36 


6o3s" 


12O 


113 40 


144 


126 00 


144 


122 40 


2 X 20 


40 


66^8" 


140 


126 C(l 


160 ' 140 00 


160 


136 00 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 33. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 39' high, and under to C3" high. 



THIRTY-THREE INCHES HIG-H, TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 





Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 ^a Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3.S Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 
List Price. 


Heating Surface. 
List Price. 




Per Foot, $1.00. Per Loop, $3.00. 


Per Foot, 97 ',c. Per Loop. $3.41. 


Per Foot, 95c. Per Loop, $3.33. 


2X3 


6 


12" 


18 


$18 00 


21 


$20 48 


21 


«i9 95 


2X4 


S 


I5I4" 


24 


24 00 


28 


27 30 


28 


26 60 


2 X 5 


10 


^8<2: 


30 


30 00 


35 


34 12 


35 


33 26 


2 X 6 


12 


2I?4 


36 


36 00 


42 


40 96 


42 


39 90 


2 X 7 


14 


24/'8 


42 


42 00 


49 


47 78 


49 


46 56 


2 X s 


16 


28^8 


4S 


48 00 


56 


54 60 


56 


53 20 


2X9 


iS 


3i>4" 


54 


54 00 


63 


61 42 


63 


59 86 


2 X 10 


20 


34'^8" 


60 


60 00 


70 


68 26 


70 


66 50 


2 X II 


22 


33" 


66 


66 00 


77 


7508 


77 


73 '4 


2 X 12 


24 


41I4" 


72 


72 00 


S4 


81 90 


84 


79 80 


2 X 13 


26 


44?8" 


7S 


78 00 


9' 


88 72 


91 


86 46 


2 X 14 


28 


47?8" 


84 


84 00 


98 


95 56 


98 


93 10 


2 X 15 


30 


5O/8" 


90 


90 00 


105 


102 38 


105 


99 76 


2X1^ 


32 


54^8" 


96 


96 00 


112 


109 20 


112 


106 40 


2 X 18 


36 


Co^g" 


108 


108 00 


126 


132 86 


126 


119 70 


2 X 20 


40 


66^8" 


120 


120 00 


140 


136 50 


140 


133 00 



Fcr List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 33. 



TWENTY-SEVEN INCHES HIG-H, TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Each Loop Represents 2,»j Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 2| Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 


Each Loop Represents 2| Feet ul" 

Heating Surface. 

List Price 


Width of Base, 99| inches. 


Per Foot. $1.16. Per Loop, $2.88. 


Per Foot, $1.12 ij. Per Loop. $3.19. 


Per Foot, $1.10. Per Loop, $3.12. 


2X3 6 


12 


IS 


$17 26 


17 


S19 14 


!7 


$18 70 


2x4 


8 


isi-r 


20 


23 00 


222,^ 


25 50 


222^ 


24 94 


2X5 


ro 


's<2: 


25 


28 76 


2%% 




28M 


31 16 


2x6 


12 


213,4" 


30 


34 50 


34 


38 26 


34 


37 40 


2X7 


'4 


24^^' 


35 


40 26 


39:^ 


44 64 


397i 


43 64 


2x8 


16 


28lg" 


40 


46 00 


45J'3 


51 02 


45 >1 


49 94 


2X9 


18 


3i>4" 


45 


51 76 


51 


57 38 


51 , 


56 10 


2 X 10 


20 


34=8" 


50 


57 5° 


56% 


63 76 


f% 


62 34 


2 X II 


22 


38" 


55 


63 26 


bzy. 


70 14 


^1^ 


68 58 


2 X 12 


24 


41 1^" 


60 


69 00 


68 


76 50 


68 


74 80 


2 X 13 


26 


44%' 


65 


74 76 


73?3 


82 88 


73% 


81 08 


2 X 14 


28 


47?'8" 


70 


80 50 


79M 


89 26 


79K 


87 26 


2 X 15 


30 


50.J&" 


75 


86 26 


85 


95 64 


^^ / 


9' 3° 


2 X 16 


32 


54ji" 


80 


92 00 


90^ 


102 00 


90% 


99 74 


2 X 18 


36 


60%" 


90 


103 50 


102 


114 76 


102 


112 20 


2 X 20 


40 


66 JS" 


100 


115 00 


^nVi 


127 50 


"3M 


124 67 



For L'st of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 33, NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 27" high, and tmder. 

31 






BUNDY' 



2p)undij Qhree /J\QW '^^Tcl yl/ater ^ired J^adiator 




Fig. 30^ represents the Bandy Three Kow Hot Water Direct liadiator which, for comiiactness and efficiency, has 
no equivalent in width in any other Kadiator on the market. Like all Biindy Radiators the base and the upper 
circulating chambers are liberally supplied with openings for the air to pass through to the inner surface. This Three 
Row Hot Water Radiator is a special make, costing more than the One or Two Row, and so the list j)rices below will be 
found somewhat higher. 

It can be tapped for flow and return jjipes on the same or opposite ends, or can have flow pipe connect into the 
upper circulating chamber (see Fig. .35) for use with the overhead system of piping, or when the Radiator is to set on 
the same or lower level than the Hot Water Heater proper. 

FORTY-FIVE INCHES HIG-H, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 





FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 




LIST OF K.\DIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


STAADAKD. 


KNLAEOED. 


EXTKNDED SURFACE. 1 


Each Loop Ropreeents 4 Feet of 


Each Loop licprcsents 4-}i Feet of 


Each Loop Repreeente 4^ Feet of 
Heating Surface. 






Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 










List Priob. 






Per Foot, 95c. Per Loop, $3.H0. 


Por Foot. 92Uc P.T Loop. $4. .■?!). 


Per Foot. 90c. Per Loop, $4.28. 


Sbupe 
of 


dumber 


Length 
of 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feel 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron '1 op 


of 


of Heating 


or Arranged 
for MarbleTop. 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


of Heating 


or Arranged 
tor Marble Top. 


Kadiator. 


Loop^. 


Rsdlatnrfi. 


Snrface. 


Surfac". 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


3 X 3 


9 


12^" 


36 1 $34 20 


42,''4 


$39 54 


4--'i 


$38 48 


3 X 4 


12 


isjr 


48 45 60 


57 


52 73 


57 


?I 30 


3 X 5 


'5 


li'f 


60 


57 00 


71 '4' 


65 91 


71 V 


64 13 


3 X C 


i3 


22' 


72 


68 40 


85!^ 


79 09 


85'^ 


76 95 


3 X 7 


21 


^5?»: 


84 


79 80 


99?i 


92 27 


99?4" 


89 78 


3 X 8 


24 


2*?r 


96 


91 20 


114 


105 45 


114 


102 60 


3 X 9 


27 


31}^: 


108 


102 60 


128'.^ 


118 63 


I28'4' 


115 43 


3 X 10 


30 


34!i' 


120 


114 00 


1421^ 


131 81 


I42I0 


128 25 


3 X II 


33 


39' 


132 


125 40 


156M 


144 99 


i56;'i 


141 o3 


3 X 12 


36 


42 


144 


136 80 


171 


158 18 


171 


153 9" 


3 X 13 


3-) 


45>r 


156 


148 20 


185I4' 


171 36 


I8514 


166 73 


3 X 15 1 45 


Si%' . 


180 171 00 


213%: 


197 72 


213^4 


iq2 38 



For List of Special Height Radiators Sop bottom of page Xi. NOTE.— Tlie above prices arc for all Radiators 45" high, and under to 39' high. 

JteP"All Regular Hot Wiitor (;oo(ls Tapped 1^" X IW "Right Hand."-«i 



32 




. AAGRIFFINGJRONCO 




BUNDY- 



THIRTY-NINE INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 





FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


1 
1 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT 


N THE 


STAXDARD. 


EXLABOED. 


KXTESDED SI KFAIE. 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES 


1 Bach Loop Represents 3Vi Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet uf 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 






Heaiin£ Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Snrface. 


Width of Base, 1314 inches. 




List Prick. 


List Price. 


List Price. 






' Per Foot. $1 .00. Per Loop. ?;? 30. 


Per Foot. Qri^c. Per Loop. S3 90 


Per Foot, Kc. Per Loop. J3.80 


Shape Number 


Length 


Feet With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet Wiih Iron Top 


of of 


of 


of Heating or Arranged 


of Healing 


or Arranged 


, of Healing or .\rr3nged 


Radiator Loops. 


Radiators. 


Surface for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Snrface. i for Marble Top. 


3X3 9 1 


I2>4' 


31 Vi 


$31 50 


36 


$35 10 


36 


$St 20 


3 X 4 


12 


15^- 


42 


42 00 


48 


46 80 


48 


45 60 


3 X 5 


1 


isi,- 


52',- 


52 50 


60 


58 50 


60 


57 00 


3X6 


15 


22 


63 


63 00 


72 : 70 20 


72 


68 40 


3 X 7 


21 


25^8 


73I0- 


73 50 


S4 


Si 90 


S4 


79 80 


3 X S 


24 


2S-»8 


84 


84 00 


96 


93 60 


96 


91 20 


3 X 9 


27 


31^2' 


94^2 94 50 


108 


105 30 


108 


102 60 


3 X 10 


30 


34I4 


105 1 105 00 


120 


117 00 


120 


114 00 


3 X II 


33 


59 


115^2 115 50 


132 


1 28 70 


! 132 


125 40 


3 X 12 


36 


42 


126 126 00 


144 


140 40 


j 144 


136 80 


1 3 X 13 


39 


45' 8 


1361., 136 50 


i;6 


i:;2 10 


156 


14S 20 


1 3 X 15 


45 


5 1 '4 


157I, 1=,- 50 


'So 175 50 


1 iSo 171 00 1 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page. NOTB.— The abore prices are for all Radiators 39' high, and under to 33' high. 



THIRTY-THREE INCHES HIGH. THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 



LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT OX THE 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3U Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 31^ Feet of 




FOLLOWmG SIZE BASES. 


Heating Snrface. 


Heatins Surface. 


Heating Surface. 














Width of Base, IStj inches. 


Per Foot, $1.10. Per Loop, $3.30. 


Per Foot, $1.07H. Per Loop. $3 76. 
31 1-, 1 I33 Sb 


Per Foot. Sl-tB- Per Loop, $3.68. 


3 X 


3 , 9 


27 *2y 70 


31 h 


$33 03 


3 X 


4 ' 12 15'.. 


36 


39 60 


42 45 15 


42 


44 10 


3 X 


5 I- iS^' 


45 


49 50 


52!^ 56 44 


52^2 


55 13 


3 X 


6 


iS 22' 


54 


59 40 


63 67 73 


63 


66 15 


■ 3 X 


7 


21 1 25=8' 


63 


69 30 


73*2 79 oi 


73J2 


77 iS 


3 X 


8 


24 


28?^' 


i '- 


79 20 


84 90 30 


84 


88 20 


3 X 


9 


27 


3lJ^' 


\ Si 


89 10 


94^2 loi 59 


94>2 


99 23 


3 X 


10 


30 


UW 


I 90 


99 00 


105 112 SS 


105 no 25 


3 X 


II 


33 1 39' 


99 


io8 90 


115^0 124 16 


IlSVi 121 28 


3 X 


12 


36 42" 


108 


iiS 80 


126 , 135 45 


126 132 30 


3 X 


13 39 45IS 


117 


12S 70 , 


136I0 146 74 


1361., 143 33 


3 X 


15 1 45 5l-''4 


135 


14S 50 


1"^, 169 31 


I57^.> 165 33 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page. 



f for all Radiators 33* high, and under to 27* high. 



TWENTY-SEVEN INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS- 



LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT OX THE 


Each Loop Represents 21^ Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 5-6 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 2 5-6 Feet of 




FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Snrface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Snrface. 






List Price. 


List Prick. 


List Price. 




Width of Base, 13>« inches. 


Per Foot, $1.». 


Per Loop. $3. 13. 
$2S 13 


Per Foot. $1.22!^. Per Loop, $3.47. 


Per Foot. $1.20. Per Loop. S3.40 


3 X 


3 ! 9 1 1214' 


22>^ 


251. , $31 24 


25^2 


$30 60 


3 X 


4 12 151^' 


30 37 50 


34 1 41 65 


34 


40 So 


3 X 


5 15 . iSi^- 


37"^., 46 SS 


42^^ 52 06 


421, 


51 00 


3 X 


6 iS 22' 


'45 .56 25 


?I 62 48 


51 


6i 20 


3 X 


7 21 25»g' 


52.I2 


65 63 


59I, 72 89 


59>2 


71 40 


3 X 


S 24 28%' 


60 


75 00 


68 1 S3 30 


68 


Si 60 


3 X 


9 27 3lJ^' 


67^2 


84 38 


76>i ! 93 71 


76I2 


91 80 


3 X 


10 30 34^4' 


' 75 


93 75 


S5 104 13 


85 


102 00 


3 X 


II 33 39 


821^ 


103 13 


93^2' 114 54 


93Js' 


112 20 


3 X 


12 36 42' 


90 


112 50 


102 124 9; 


102 1 122 40 


3 X 


13 39 ' 45ls' 


Q7I., 121 S5 


iioi., , 135 36 


iioi^ 132 60 


3 X 


15 45 1 5i\ 


112I., 140 63 


I27I., 156 IQ 


127I., 153 00 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page. SOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators ST" high, and under. 



List of Regular and Special Height Hot Water Rectangnlar, Circular and Comer Radiators. 



10' 


1 M- 


iS' 


22' 


26' 


1 30' 


.■4 


3S' 


! -»?' 


II 


!; 


10 


23 


27 


31 


35 


39 




12 


nv 


20 


^4 


2^ 


~2 


;'■ 


40 




13' 


17 


21 


-5 


20 




-'" 


42 





B®=A11 Rearular Hot Water Goods Tapped l^^' X IH' "Bight Hand."=®a 

33 



BUNDY' 



3 



uaciu 



rcular Qleani ^irect j-?adialGr 




Fi3. 5. 

Fto. 5 represents the Buudy Circular Steam Direct Radiator. The heating surface of this Eadiator is eveuly 
distributed nearest the outer edge of the base, while large openings through the base keep a continual supply of air 
passing up through the Radiator at all times. It is the most powerful heating Circular Radiator on the market. 





FORTY-TWO INCHES HIG-H, 






FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. j 


LLST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 


STA>nARD. 


EXtARGED. 


E.\TEJ(DED SrUFACE. 1 


Each Loop Representa 3 »j Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4 '4 Feet of Each Loop Represents l^i Feet oft 


FOLLOWING SIZE BAi?ES. 


Ueating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Stirface. 






List Price. 


\ List Price. 


List Price. 






Per Foot T.io. Per Loop. $2.(;3. 


Per Foot, 72 'jc. Per Loop. $3.08. 


Per Foot 70c. Per Loop $2.98. 


Number 


Outside 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 1 With Iron Top 


ot 


Diameter of 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


of Heating 


or Binder 


Loops. 


Base. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surfitce. 


for Marble Top. 


lO 


'IK 


35 


S26 25 


42 '4 


$30 82 


42^ 


»29 75 


IS 


i8>^ 


52'i 


39 38 


pH 


46 22 


pH 


44 63 


20 


21>^" 


70 


52 50 


85 


61 63 


8s 


59 50 


26 


22>^- 


91 


68 25 


1 10 "2 


80 12 


MOJ4 


77 35 


34 


26;^- 


119 


8925 


I44;2 


104 77 


144>^ 


loi 15 


5° 


31>" 


'75 13' 25 


212'^ 


154 07 


212>i 


•48 75 


72 

74 


€ 




306 221 85 


306 


214 20 


36- 


259 194 25 









For Lbt of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 2T. KOTE.— The above prices are for all Badiatore 42' high, and under tQ SC" high. 





THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIG-H. 






LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 3 ^^ Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


Each Loop Represents 3S Feet of 
Heating Surface. 


FOLLOWrSO SIZE BASES. 


List Price. 


List Price. 


List Price. 






Per Foot 80c. Per Loop, $2.40. 


Per Foot 77 ',c. Per Loop. $2.71. 


Per Foot. 75c. Per Loop, $2.6S. 


10 


'ih: 


30 


S24 00 


35 


$27 13 


35 , 


$26 25 
3938 


■5 


i»'A 


45 


36 00 


52^ 


40 69 


52;^ 


20 


21'A' 


60 


48 00 


70 


54 25 


70 


52 50 


26 


22-4- 


78 


62 40 


91 


70 53 


9« 


68 25 


34 


2b%- 


102 


81 60 


119 


92 23 


119 


89 25 


-50 


3iX" 


150 


120 00 


175 


■35 63 


>75 


13' 25 


72 


3f 






252 


195 30 


252 


189 00 


74 


36- 


222 


177 60 












For List of Special Height Badiators see bottom of page 27. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators SB' hitrh, and nnder. 

^"All Re^nlar Steam Goods Tapped 1' x ?r " Ri?Iit Hand.-^a 



34 



TK.n. BUNDY— «• 



Kuadi] ^[jircd Vot yl/aler hrcular Ixadiator. 




Fig. 37. 

Fk;. ;)T represents the Bundy Circular Hot Water Direct Radiator, being the only Circular Hot Water Radiator 
made. They are at present in use in many hundreds of buildings, in all of which they are giving perfect satisfaction. 





FORTY-FIYE 


INCHES HIG-H. 








FOR STANDARD 


, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 










STANDARD. 


ENLARGED. 


EXTENDED SI RFACE. 




Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4^Feet of 


Each LoopRepresents i% Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 






List Price. 


List Price. 


List Price. 






Per Foot, 95c. Per Loop, S3.80. 


Per Foot, (laUjc. Per Loop. $4.39. 


Per Foot, Wc. Per Loop, $4.38 


Number 


Outside Diameter 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


of 


of 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


of Heating 


or Arranged 


of Heating 


•or .\rraDged 


Loops. 


Base. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 


Surface. 


for Marble Top 


10 


I7'4" 


40 


$38 00 


47^.^ 


$43 94 


47I.2 


542 75 


15 


i8>r' 


60 


57 00 


71I4 


65 91 


71 J4 


64 13 


20 


21H' 


80 


76 00 


gs 


87 88 


95 


S5 50 


'26 


22j^' 


104 


98 80 


1231, 


114 24 


123^-2 


III 15 


34 


26M" 


136 


129 20 


161 1^ 


149 39 


I6l}2^ 


145 35 


50 


Siif 


200 


190 GO 


237.1^ 


219 69 


237K 


213 75 


7- 


36" 






342 


Sifi 35 


342 


307 So 


74 


36" 


=9" 


zSi 20 


1 







For List of Special Height Iladiators see bottom of page .33. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 45" high, and under to 39' high. 



THIRTY-NINE INCHES HIG-H. 





Each Loop Represents 3>4 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


FOLLOWING SIZE B.^SES. 


Llst Price, 


List Price, 


List Price, 




Per Foot, $1.00. Per Loop, $3.50. 


Per Foot, 97 >jC. Per Loop, $3.90. 


Per Foot, 96c. Per Loop, $3.80. 


10 


17X" 


35 


$35 °o 


40 


$39 00 


40 


$38 00 


15 


i8>i" 


52;^ 


52 50 


60 


58 50 


60 


57 00 


20 


2lg' 


70 


70 00 


80 


78 00 


80 


76 00 


26 


22/2' 


91 


91 00 


104 


loi 40 


104 


98 So 


34 


26)4' 


119 


119 00 


136 


132 60 


136 


129 20 


50 


5i'A" 


175 


175 CO 


200 


195 00 


200 


190 00 


72 


36" 






288 


280 80 


28S 


273 60 


74 


36" 


259 


259 00 












For List of Special Height Radiators see bottomof page 33. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 39" high and under. 

S@°-.V11 Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped 1'^' x IW " Ri^ht Hand.'"=S^ 



35 



TRADE BUNDY«^«^ 



'^urLcLy roLumri Q^tearr. ^ired |-?adiator. 




Fis. 7. 

Fig. 7 represents the Bundy Column Steam Direct Radiator, made in halves to encircle columns. This popular 
Radiator has all the advantages of the Bundy Circular Radiator (see Fig. 5), air openings in base, etc., and is made to 
encircle columns 17 inches in diameter and smaller. 



FORTY-TWO INCHES HIGH, IN HALVES TO ENCIRCLE COLUMNS. 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


STANDARD. 


ENLAIi(iEn. 


KXTKNDKD SI KKACK. 


Each Loop Represents .3H Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Pricr. 

Per Foot, 80c. Per Loop, $9.80. 


Each Loop Represents 4J4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, 77i^c. Per Loop, $3.89. 


Each Loop Itepresent 4J4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, 75c Per Loop, $3.1i). 


Number 

of 

Loops. 

26 

34 

50 


Number of 

Loops on 

Ontside Row. 


Outside 
Diameter 
of Base. 


Inside 
Diameter 
of Base. 

""9K" 

17" 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or Binder 
for Marble Top. 


Feet 
of Heating 
Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or Binder 
for Marble Top. 


Feet 

of Heat'ng 

Surface, 


With Iron Top 

or Binder 
for Marble Top, 


18 
22 
28 


26' 

30" 
36" 


91 
119 
175 


$72 80 
95 20 
140 00 


Iioj^ 

144^2 
212I, 


$85 64 
III 99 
if>4 69 


iioK 

144 \< 

2I2>2 


$82 88 
108 38 
159 3S 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 27, NOTE.— The above i)rices are for all Radiators 43" high, or under to :l(r high. 





THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH, 


IN HALVES TO ENCIRCLE COLUMNS. 




LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES, 


Each Loop lii-iireseutu a feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Pricb, 

Per Foot, 85c. Per Loop, $2.55, 


Each Loop Keprerrnis :iV. Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List I'rick. 

Per Foot, SSHc- I'er Loop, $2.89. 


Each Loop lieprenents .'iUj p'ect of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price 

Per Foot, 80c, Per Loop, 12 80. 


26 
34 
50 


18 
22 
28 


26" 
30" 
36' 


9^: 
12M" 
11' 


78 
102 
150 


$66 30 
86 70 
H7 50 


91 

119 

175 


$75 08 
98 18 
144 38 


91 
119 
175 


$72 80 
95 20 
140 00 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 27, NOTE,— The above prices are for all Radiators 36' high, and under. 

B^'All Retrnlar Steam Goods Tapped 1 x %' "Ri^ht Hand."°®e 



36 




^ ^ /OteRIFFINGTRONXII 




BUNDY' 



J^URdu G^TT.r. y^Qi ^A)(/ater ^j^ircd J^diator. 




FIS. Yi. 
Fig. 7i represents the Bimd}- Column Hot Water Direct Eadiator, made in halves to encircle columns. It is the 
only Hot Water Radiator made to go around columns, and the large number already in use and the increasing demand 
show the great popularity of this Eadiator. The space around a column is oftentimes the only available place in which 
a radiatorcan be set, and the introduction of this Eadiator has filled a long felt want, and received the hearty approval 
of all Heating Engineers and Architects. Interior loops may be omitted to the extent of 22 in order to reduce 
the heating surface. 

FORTY-FIVE INCHES HIGH, IN HALVES TO ENCIRCLE COLUMN'S. 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 



DKSCKIPnON OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 



Number of Oatside 

Loops on . Diameter 

Ontside Row. of Base. 



36' 



Inside 
Diameter 
of Base. 



E>L.lK(iED. 

, Each Loop Represents 4^ Feet of 
! Heating Surface. 

List Pbice. 
Per Foot, $1.1TH- P" Loop $4 



Feet 
of Heating 
Snrface. 



With Iron Top 

or Arranged 
for Marble Top. 



$240 00 



In case this Radiator is wanted with less Heating Deduct SU Feet of Heating Surface 
Surface, interior Loops, to the extent of -22 may be and $-2.00 from List Price for 
omitted without changing the above dimensions- each Loop omitted. 



Feet 

Of Heating 

Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or Arranged. 

for Marble Top. 


2373^ 


I279 06 



Deduct 4t_i feet of Heating Snrface 
and $3.50 from List Price for 
each Loop omitted. 



EXTENDED SURFACE. 

Each Loop Represents 4% Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, $1.1.5. Per Loop, $.5 46. 

Feet"^ ""^ With Iron Too 

of Heating I or Arranged 

Surface I for Marble Top. 

237K I273 13 



Deduct 4f4 feet of Heating Surface 
and $".;.40 from List Price for 
each Loop omitted. 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page :W. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 45' high, and under to 39' high. 

THIRTY-NINE INCHES HIGH- IN HALVES TO ENCIRCLE COLUMNS. 



DESCRIPTION OF RADIATORS BULLT ON THE 
FOLLOWrSG SIZE BASE. 



36' 



In case tills Radiator is wanted with less Heatin^ 
Surface, Interior Loops, to the extent of -22 may be 
omitted without changing the above dimensions 



Each Loop Represents 3?^ Feet of 

Heatiui,' Surface, 

List Pbics. 

Per Foot. $1.25. Per Loop. $4.38 



175 



$218 75 



Deduct 3 feet of Heating Surface 
and .51,70 from List Price for 
each Loop omitted. 



Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, $1.22;^. Per Loop, $4 90. 



200 



I245 00 



Deduct 3U feet of Heating Snrface 
and $5 05 from List Price for 
each Loop omitted. 



Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, $1.20. Per Loop, $4 SO, 



200 



$240 00 



Deduct 3t^ feet of Heating Snrface 
and $2.00 from List Price for 
each Loop omitted. 



For LUt of Special Height Radiators se« bottom of page aS. NOTE. -The above prices are for all Radiators 39' high, and under. 

ft^All Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped II4 x lU " Right Hand.'-®8 

Q7 




AA.6RIFFING IRON CO 
— ^-rsr55Kr; JERSEY CITY.Nj _iU,e^- 




BUNDY' 



Y^uudi] (yiv^rrs. and (jrcucar Q^izcrr. ^T)''^^'^^ |-(adiator. 




Fig. 6^. 



Fig. 8^ represents the Buiuly Column iind Circular Steam Direct Radiator of extra large size. As it has a large 
amount of heating surface, it is specially adapted for heating Railroad Depots, Hotel Rotundas, Waiting Rooms, 
Warehouses, Halls and Public Buildings where a maximum of heating surface in the minimum space is required. For 
dimensions, amount of heating surface, list prices, and further information see next page. 



38 



)y\A.GRIFFING IRON CO 



BUNDY- 



l^urLcly rGlumri aucl (jrciilar Qteam 'T)irect ^-?adiatcr. 

Pig. 8^ represents the Bundy Column imd Circular Steam Direct Radiator of extra large size. When used as a 
Circular Radiator it has the ai^pearance of Fig. 5 only much larger. This is, without exception, the largest portable 
Radiator manufactured in the world. The amount of heating surface it contains is very nearly equal to that found in 
a mile of inch pipe, and it is so arranged that a very large percentage of its surface is in the outer tier of loops, which, 
together with 41 liberal sized air spaces through the base, surrounds every jiart of the Radiator with freely circulating 
air, hence its great efficiency. As there are a large number of loops in this Radiator the base is a special make, having 
greater depth of capacity and higher legs, being 7" from floor to center of tapping, and the top also is thicker and 
stronger, so that the same loops that build with the regular base and top Radiators 36" high, with this base and top 
build 42" high, or instead of 42" they build 48", measuring in all cases from floor to top of screen or marble, whichever 
is used. AV'hen a maximum of heating surface is desired in the minimum space, this Radiator will be found to bo just 
the thing. As in most cases this Radiator is wanted with Marble top, the price given only includes binder for Marble 
Top, but when wanted with Fret Work Iron Top, add lOO.oO to List Prices, or with a three inch thick Tennessee or 
Knoxville Marble top, bevel 0. G., or rouiuied edge, add 1100.00 to List Prices. The same discount named on Hundy 
Radiators ajjplies thereto. 

A few late examples of buildings in which this Radiator has been placed are, " The Rookery " Building, Chicago, 
111.; the Depots of the C. R. R. of N. J. and L. V. R. R., Jersey City, N. J.; and South Brooklyn R. R. and Terminal 
Co., Cor. 30th St. and 2d Ave., South Brooklyn, N. Y., and the following letter from Mr. Wm. C. D. Gillespie, 
Engineer of ''The Rookery'' Building, shows how entirely satisfactory they are. 

OFFICE OF ■■THE ROOKEHY " BUILDING. 

A. A. (iKiFFiNtt Ikon Co.. CiiicAdo, 111., April 2nth, 1889. 

Gentlemen : 

As Engineer of '"The Rookery" Building, in which are placed over 8tt0 of your Bundy Radiators, I wish to 
express my entire satisfaction as to the working of the same. 1 consider them thoroughly reliable in every respect. 

Respectfully yours, 

AVm. C. D. GILLESPIE, 

Engineer "The Rookery" Building. 

FORTY-EIGHT INCHES HIGH, IN HALVES.- 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. ^ 


DESCRIPTION OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASE. 


STANDARD. 


ENLARGED. 


EXTENDED SURFACE. 


Each Loop Represents 3}4 Feet of 

Heatmg Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, 85c. Per Loop. $8.98. 


Each Loop Represents 4)4 Ptet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, 82)40. Per Loop, 3.51. 


Bach Loop Represents 4)4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot. 80c. Per Loop. $3.40. 


Number 

of 
Loops. 


Number of 

Loops on 

Outside Row. 


Outside 
Diameter 
of Base. 


Inside 
Diameter 
Of Base. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With Binder 

for 
Marble Top. 


Feet 
of Heating 
Sarface. 


With Binder 

for 
Marble Top. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With Binder 

for 
Marble Top. 


142 1 46 


57^2" 18" I 


497 


I422 45 


6031^ 


$497 89 


603;^ 


I482 80 


In case this Radiator is wanted witli less Heating 
Surface, interior Loops to the extent of 96 may be 
omitted without chau^iug the above dimensions of the; 
Radiator. | 

1 


Deduct 3 feet of Heating Surface 
and $2.00 from List Price for each 
Loop omitted. If wanted with Fret 
Worl£ Iron Top, add $60 00 to List 
Price, or for 3" Tenneesee or Knox- 
ville Marble Top $100.00. 


DeductSJi Feet of Heating Surface 
and $2.50 Irom List Price for each 
Loop omitted. If wanted with Fret 
Work Iron Top, add $60.00 to List 
Price, or for 3" Tennessee or Knox- 
ville Marble Top $100.00. 


Deduct 3K feet of Heating Surface 
and $8.40 from List Price for each 
Loop omitted. If wanted with Fret 
Work Iron Top, add $60.00 to List 
Price, or for 3" Tennessee or Knox- 
ville Marble Top $100.00. 



NOTE,— The above prices are for all Radiators 48' high, or under to 42' high. 



FORTY-TWO INCHES HIGH, IN HALVES. 



DESCRIPTION OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASE. 



46 



57J^" 



In case this Radiator is wanted with less Beating 
Surface, interior loops to the extent of 96 may be 
omitted without changing the above dimensions of the 
Radiator. 



Each Loojj Represents 3 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, 90c. Per Loop, $2.70. 



426 



I383 40 



Deduct 2% Feet of Heating Surface 
and $1.70 from List Price for each 
Loop omitted. 



Each Loo|) Represents 3)^ Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Prick. 

Per Foot, 87)^0. Per Loop, $3 06 



497 



$434 88 



Dednct 3 feet of Heating Snrface 
and $3.05 from List Price for each 
Loop omitted. 



Each Loop Represents 3)^ Feet of 

Heating SurfaceT 

List Price. 

Per Foot, 85c. Per Loop, $3.98. 



497 



422 45 



Deduct 3 feet of Heating Surf ace 
and $2.00 from List Price for each 
Loop omitted. 



NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 42" high, and under. 

These Radiators are all Tapped l^i" X 1 "Right Hand." and the Center of Tapping is 7 from the Floor. 



39 








BUNDY 



j^uricLy roruer QteaTn^Jji^ecl Radiator. 




Fig. 9. 

Fir,. 9 represents the Bundy Corner Steam Direct Radiator designed for the corners of rooms, where it gives a 
very neat effect, is out of the way and occupies floor space seldom needed for any other purpose. When surmounted 
with one of our liandsome marble tops (see pages 118, 119, 120), and a piece of statuary or bronze image, it presents an 
appearance of great richness. Two radiators placed in opposite corners of a room, and arranged in this manner are 
often used and never fail t(j please. 

FORTY-TWO INCHES HIGH. 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. | 


LIST OF RADIATORS BlILT UN THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


STA.NUAKU. 


E>L4K(iED. 

Each Loop Represents 4)4 Feet of 

Heating Sarface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot. 7i\it. Per Loop, $3.08. 

Feet With Iron Top 

• of Heating or Binder 

Surface for Marble Top. 


EXTENDED SCBFACE. 


Each Loop Keprt-BeulB Z\i Feet of 

UeatiDg Surface. 

List Price 

Per Foot, 75c. Per Loop, $2 63. 


Each Loop Kepre^enIs 4J4 Feet of 

Healing Surface. 

Ll-T Pbici. 

Per Foot. 70c. Per Loop, $2.98. 

Feet With Iron Top 

of Heating or Binder 

Surface. for Marble Top. 


Namber 1 Radiuu Namber of 

of or 1 Loops ID 
Loops. Circle. \ Front Row. 
lO 15' 5 

15 n%' 6 

20 19^^' 7 


Feet 
of Heating 
Sarface. 


With Iron Top 

or Binder 
for .Marble Top. 


35 

52j^ 

70 


$26 25 
39 38 ' 

52 50 


42K 1 $30 82 
ti% 46 22 
85 61 63 


42l._; I29 75 
63 '4 44 63 
S5 59 5'J 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 27. NOTK— The above prices arc for all Radiators 42' high, or nnder to 36' high. 

THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



LIST OF RAD1.VTOR.S lUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Each Loop Kepreeenls 3 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Prick. 

Per Fool, 80c. Per Loop, $2.40. 

30 $24 OO 
45 36 00 
60 48 00 


Each Loop Represents 3H Feet of 

Heating Surface, 

List Pbick. 

Per Foot, TTJ^c. Per Loop, $2.71. 

35 1 $27 13 
52}^ 40 69 
70 1 54 25 


Each Ix>op Represenu 3H Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot 75c. Per Loop, $2.M 

1 35 1 $26 25 

! 52j^ 39 38 

70 52 50 


10 1 15' 5 
15 I7'4" 6 
20 iqi.r 7 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 27. NOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 30' high, and nnder. 

Ste*°.AIl Regular Steam Goods Tapped 1" X %' "Right Haud."-"S« 



40 



BUNDY"'^'"' 






imcly (orner J^t ^\^^izr £[)ireclJ^iatGr. 




Fia. 38. 

Fig. 38 Represents the Buudy Corner Hot water Direct Radiator, designed for tlie corners of rooms, wliere it is 
out of the way, and occupies floor space seldom needed for any other purpose. When surmounted with one of our 
handsome Marble Tops (see pages 118, 119, 120), and a piece of statuary or a bronze image, it produces a very rich 
effect, and two Radiators, placed in opposite corners of a room and arranged in this manner, especially if Radiators are 
45" high, look like pillars placed there for the express purpose of holding the image, statuary or vase that may be 
placed on them. 

FORTY-FIVE INCHES HIGH. 



FOR STANDARD, ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


STANDARD. 


KNLAROED. 


EXTENDED SURFACE. 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 

Heating Surface, 

List Price, 

Per Foot, 95c. Per Loop, $3.80. 


Each Loop Represents i% Feet of 

Heating Sui-face. 

List Pbice, 

Per Foot, 92 'jC. Per Loop. $4.39. 


Each Loop Represents 4% Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Pripe, 

Per Foot, 90c, Per Loop, $4.28. 


Number 

of 

Loops. 


Radius 

of 
Circle. 


Number of 

Loops 

in Front Row. 


Feet 
of Heating 
Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or Binder 
for Marble Top. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or Ilimler 
foi Marble Top. 


Feet 
of Heating 
Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or Binder 
for Marble Tup. 


lO 
20 


I9K 


.S 
6 
7 


40 
60 
80 


$38 00 

57 00 

76 00 


47>^ 
71'A 
95 


$43 94 
65 9> 
87 88 


47>^ 
71X 
95 


$42 75 
64 '3 
8550 



For List of Speciil Height Radiators see bottom of page 33. NOTE — The above prices are for all Radiators 45' high, or under to 39" higli. 



THIRTY-NINE INCHES HIG-H. 



LIST OF E.ADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE B.ASES. 


Each Loop Represents 33a Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 

Per Foot, $1.00. Per Loop. $3.B0. 


Each Loop Represeuta 4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price, 

Per Foot, 97 ijc. Per Loop. $3.90. 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price, 

Per Foot, 95c. Per Loop, $3.80. 


10 

'5 
20 


■5" 

17X" 

'9'A" 


7 


35 

52'A 

70 


$35 00 
52 50 
70 00 


40 
60 
80 


$39 00 
58 50 
78 00 


40 
60 

80 


$38 00 

57 00 
76 00 



For List of Special Height Radiators see bottom of page 33. KOTE.— The above prices are for all Radiators 39" high, and unde 

8@"A11 Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped 1^4 X 1^4 "Right Hand. "-=©8 



41 



BUNDY' 



jjuacLi] (orxizr Qteam ^irect -/adiator 




Fig. 9i. 

Fig. 9J represents the Bundy Corner Steam Direct Radiator of extra 
For full descrijition and list j)i"ices see next page. 

42 



BUNDY- 



3' 






^ 



r^: 



'2wv 






)r. 



Fig. 9^ represents the Bundy Corner Steam Direct Eadiator of extra large size. The advantage of using a 
Radiator of this type is so great and the demand for them so large that we have made patterns for these extra large 
sizes and are now in a position to furnish Bundy Eadiators for setting in corners of a greater variety than ever before. 
It very often happens that the only available space in a room is in a comer and certainly its appearance in that 
location is all that any one can desire. 

Parties desiring a large circular Radiator can combine four of these Corners Radiators into one, and as they can be 
handled in parts they are very conveniently set to place. 



FORTY -TWO INCHES HIGH 



FOR STANDARD. ENLARGED, OR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 



EXTESDED SrBFACE. 



LIST OF EADIATORS BCILT ON THE 
FOLLOWrSG SIZE BASKS. 



Each Loop RepreseDU 31^ Feet of liEadi Loop Represents -«4 Feet of Bach Loop Represents 4I4 Feet of 

Heating Snrface. " ' |j Heating Snrface. " Heating snrface. 

LtT Fricb List Pbice. List Pbice. 

Per Foot, ffic.' Per Loop. $2.96. Per Foot. S2;^. Per Loop, j.3.51. Per Foot. SQc Per Loop. ?.3.40. 



Number 


Radios 


bomber of 


of 


of 


Loops in 


Loops. 


Circle. 


Front BOK-. 



Feet 
of Heating 

Snrface. 



With Iron Top 

or Binder 
for Marble Top. 



Feet 

of Heating. 

Surface. 



With Iron Top 

or Binder 
for Marble Top. 



Feet 


With Iron Top 


of HeaUns. 


or Binder 


Surface. 


for Marble Top. 



22M' 



10614 
119 



fs7.oo 
9S.1S 



100' 
no 



$85.00 

95 



NOTE The above prices are for all Radiators 42' high, and under to 36' high. 



THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



LIST OF RADIATORS BtTLT OX THE 
FOLLOWTSG SIZE BASES. 



Eaca Loop Kepresenis 3 feel of liach Loop K.-preaenis a^ Feet of liach Loop Kepresents 3'. leet of 

Heatiii Surface. Heating Surface. Heating surface. 

ListPkicb List Prick. List Pbice. 

Per Foot. 90c. Per Loop. $2.70. Per Foot. ST'^c. Per Loop. $3.06 Per Foot. 83c. Per Loop. $2.96 

! 7:; 167.^0 106I4' $92-97 106J* 

S4 75.60 119 104.13 H9 



I90.31 

101.1= 



The above prices are for all Radiators 36' high and under. 

t3~All Regular Steam Goods Tapped l'> '^ "Right Haud.".^ 



43 




_^AAGRIFFjNCIRONC0. ^_ 



ti^lbBUNDY"""^ 




T. 



undv '^t (To£et £[)i^i^g J^om Q^iz<inz £[)irect J^ialor. 





Style A. Fia. 10. 



Cross Section. Fia. lOi. 



Fig. 10 represents the Buud}- Hot Closet Diuiug Koom Steam Direct Radiator, which in this age of modern 
improvements in appointments of dwelling houses, becomes a necessity as well as a convenience and a comfort where 
steam heat is used. The design is new and original. These closets are so constructed as to be directly over all of the 
heating surface in the Radiator, thus utilizing the heat as it passes up through and around the closet in the best 
manner, as shown by Fig. 10^. 

The dimensions of these closets are as follows: — Length, 3.5 inches; width, 14 inches; height, 18 inches: 
height of Radiators over all, 30 and 42 inches. These closets have one shelf which can be readily removed or adjusted. 
The doors are of such size as to admit any disli or cover that the closet can accommodate. The heating surface in 
tliese Radiators can be varied from 33 to TO feet each. Centre of tapping i^ inche.< from floor. 



FORTY-TWO INCHES HIGH. 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS- 


STAMtAKU. 


KNLABCKII. 


EXTKXDED SIKIACE. 


Feet 


Feet 


Feet 




of Heating 


Price. 


of Treating Price. 


of Heating 


Price. 


Surface. 




Surface. 


Surface. 

5i>i 


*98 5" 


44 


$94 00 


51j;^ $100 00 


4f' 


96 00 


535^ 102 00 


535^ 


loi 00 


43 


gS 00 


56 104 5<) 


56 


103 00 


50 


loi 00 


58!.^ 107 00 


ssyi 


J05 25 


52 


102 00 


60% I(X) 00 


6o?3 


107 50 


54 


11)4 00 


63 1 1 1 00 


63 


109 75 


56 


106 00 


6s'A 113 5" 


(>i'A 


112 00 


58 


lo8 00 


67-3 116 00 


(>iVi 


H4 75 


60 


no 00 


70 118 25 


70 


iK. 5<> 



THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



WITH THE 


FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 


STAMtAltll. 

Feet 


KM.AIKiKI). 

Feet 


KXTE>»E» SUBFACe. 


Feet 


of Healing Price. 


of Heating Price. 


of Heating Price. 


Surface. 


Surface. 


Snrfacp. 


33 *'Jl "" 


3S's f97 25 


3S'o 


!(;96 00 


34 J 2 93 00 


4o'4 99 50 


40I4 


98 00 


36 95 <» 


42 101 50 


42 


too 00 


37'a 96 75 


43?4 103 50 


43'4 


102 25 


39 98 50 


45J3 ; "05 75 


45 J 2 


104 25 


40J2 100 50 


47,'^ io8 00 


47. '4 


106 50 


42 102 00 


49 110 25 


••9,. 


108 50 


43'., 104 00 


5o'4 112 50 


50,^4 


110 50 


45 11)6 00 


52'.. 114 50 


52'.. 


1 12 50 



g^~.\ll Regnlar Steam Goods Tapped 1' X ^^' "Kiarlit Hand.'" -.-fli 

44 



BUNDY 




.s2^ 



^RADIATOR^ 



^2^ 




MANUFACTURED BY 



.'«*"'- 



fl. fl. QmrriNQ Iron Qo. 

General Office and Works: _ 






(n V^ 



430 ConnuMiFAiW /lYE., J f V JERSEY QITT, N. J. 



NEW YORK CITY, N.Y., 

106 LIBERTY STREET 



QHICflQO, ILL., 
130 bE/lRPORN STREET. 



FHlLflDELFHlfl, Tfl.. 
1 8-24 SOUTH 7TH STREET. 



Plea<.f desisnate 



ciflratioBS and eontnct for heating as 1. A. Griffing Iron Co.'s Bandjr Dining Boom Hot Closet Radiator, Fie. 1(H^. 



BUNDY' 



j^undyj^t ^set^MiuiFLg =Jj-?oom J-^t''Aiw'^^^ 




Style D. Fr3. 49. 

Fig. 49 represents the Bnndr Hot Closet Dinfng Room Hot 'Water Direct Eadiator. In heating by hot water 
lower temperatures are maintained and the entire warmih of the radiator is needed in the hot closet to secure the 
advantages sought for. These closets set directly over the entire radiator, thus securing the desired temperature, and 
in no other Dining Room Radiator can food be maintained at so high a degree of heat. 

The dimensions of these closets are as follows : — Length, 35 inches ; width, 1-i inches : height, IS inches ; heights 
of Radiators over all, 47 and 41 inches. These closets are the same as are used with our steam Radiators and have one 
shelf which can be readily removed or adjusted. The heating surface can be varied from 52 to 84 feet each, and the 
centre of tapjiing is 4^ inches from floor. The feed pipe can, however, enter the upper circulating chamber of the 
Radiator, so they can be successfully placed on the same level as the heater or even below. 



FORTY-SEVEN INCHES HIG-H. 



FORTY-ONE INCHES HIG-H. 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 


STAXDARD. 


ENLARGED. 


EXTEXDEn. 


Fett 


Feet 


Feet 




of Healing Price. 


of Heating Price 


of Heating 


Price. 


Surface. 


Rnrfn"". 


Surfdcc. 




63 1 $135 25 


73¥ 


$142 00 


73I.' 


$139 75 


64^2 1 137 00 


74% 


143 75 


74*3 


141 50 


66 1 138 50 


76 


145 75 


76 


143 50 


67 l| 140 25 


77J-^ 


147 75 


77I3 


145 50 


69 ' 142 00 


7iH 


149 75 


78=3 


147 50 


yoH 1 143 50 


80 


151 75 


80 


149 50 


78 1 14s 00 


siH 


153 50 


8iJ^ 


151 25 


733^ 146 75 


82 *i 


155 50 


82?3' 


153 25 


75 MS 50 


?4 1 57 50 


'^4 


155 =5 



1 WITH THE 


FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 1 


1 STAXDARD. 


EXLARGED. 


EXTESDED. 


1 Feet 


Feet 




Feet 


' of Heating Price. 


of Healing 


Price. 


of Heating Price. 


Surface. 


Snrfacc. 




Snrfacc. 


52 $132 25 


59}^ 


tl39 25 


59^3 I137 25 


53 134 00 


6073 


141 00 


60,-3 139 00 


54 i?5 50 


62 


143 00 


62 141 CO 


55 137 25 


63M 


143 00 


(>3H 143 CO 


56 139 00 


i 64% 


147 00 


64.-3' 1 145 CO 


57 140 50 


66 


149 00 


66 147 CO 


58 142 00 


i 67^i 


ISO 75 


67^^^ 148 75 


59 143 75 


|! 68?3 


152 75 


68?i 150 75 


60 14; CO 


70 154 75 


70 152 75 



■AH Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped li^^' X l^^' '• Kight Hand.' 



45 






BUNDY' 



^undy '^l (Teset fining J?Gcm Q^team ^ired l^adiator. 




Style B. Fig. lOi. 

Fig. lOJ- represents the Ba.idy Hot Closet Diaing Room Steam Direct Radiator, with newly designed ornamental 
Base, corresponding in design with the closet. The Bundy loops with new design can be used in this Radiator with 
good effect, and will be furnished when so ordered withont extra charge. 

The dimensions of these closets are as follows : Length, 3.5 inches ; width, li inches ; height, 18 inches ; 
heights of Railiators over all, 36 or 43 inches. These closets have one shelf which can be readily removed or adjusted. 
The doors are of such size as to admit any dish or cover that the closet can accommodate. The heating surface in these 
Radiators can be varied from 33 tD TO feet oacli. Centre of outlet, 4^ inches from floor. 



FORTY-TWO INCHES HIGH. 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 


STA.>nAn». 


km,ar<;ki». 1 


F..ct 




Fert 




of nealing 


Prife. 


of lIcaliDg 


Price. 


Surface 




Surface. 




44 


fioi 50 


^107 50 


46 


103 50 


^3H 


109 50 


48 


105 50 


■;6 


112 00 


50 


lo^ 50 


Si'/i 


114 50 


52 


109 50 


(^Vi 


116 50 


54 


III to 


63 


118 50 


56 


113 50 


65 J< 


121 00 


58 


115 50 


(>!% 


123 50 


60 


117 50 


70 


125 75 



THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



NOTE— The »bove prices include new devigii ba«c nnil looiie 

jerAII Rcg-iilar Stcaiii (;«((i(Is Tapped 1" X ?4 " Kiiflit lliiml."-^»i 



46 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 


STAXDAKI). 


EM.ARGKD. 


Feet 


Feet 




of Heating Price. 


of Heating 


Price. 


Fnrface. 
33 % 98 50 


Surface. 




1 38;^ 


I104 75 


34^2 "» 50 


4oii 


107 00 


36 102 50 


42 


109 00 


37' 2 '04 25 


43M 


III 00 


39 106 00 


45J^ 


113 25 


40J2 '"8 00 


47M 


"5 50 


42 109 50 


i '*^. 


117 75 


43}2 >" 50 


50»i 


120 00 


45 I '3 50 


52^^ 


122 00 



-BUNDY' 



j^undy l^oi (Icset^r) ^' ^'' ^ =J\GGTn Vot \J/aIer "T) ^' r ecrj^adi alor 




Style E. F;o. 50. 

Fig. 50 represents the Bundy Hot Closet Dining Room Hot Water Direct liuduiior. 'iiie ornamental base is in 
perfect keeping with the design of the closet, and the general appearance of this Radiator, taken as a whole, is beyond 
comparison. 

The dimensions of these closets are as follows : — Length, 35 inches ; width, 1-4 inches ; height, 18 inches ; heights 
of Radiators over all, 47 and 41 inches. These closets are the same as are used with our steam Radiators and are 
therefore interchangeable. They have one shelf which can readily be removed or adjusted. The heating surface can 
be varied from 53 to 84 feet each, and the centre of tapping is 4^ inches from the floor. The feed pipe can, however, 
enter the upper circulating chamber of the Radiator so they can be successfully placed on the same level as the heater 
or even below. This is the only Hot Closet Radiator manufactured which can be used in this way. 



FORTY-SEVEN INCHES HIGH. 



FORTY-ONE INCHES HIGH- 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 


STAXDABD. ENLARGED. 


Feet Feet 




of Heating Price. of Heating 


Price. 


Surface. Sarfac . 




63 $142 75 73^1 


$149 50 


64}^ 144 50 74,^3 


151 25 


66 146 00 76 


153 25 


(>7H 147 75 77-3 


155 25 


69 149 50 7S.-3 


157 25 


70}^ 151 00 So 


159 25 


72 152 50 81I.J 


161 00 


73^2 154 25 82-'3 


163 00 


75 156 00 84 


161; 00 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES CF LOOPS 


STANDARD. ENLARGED. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Snrface. 


Feet 
Price. of Heating 
Snrface. 


Price. 


52 

53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 


I139 75 ' 59^3 
141 50 60% 

143 00 62 

144 75 63I3 
146 50 64,^3 

145 00 66 
149 50 67>^ 
151 25 68?^ 
153 00 70 


I146 75 
148 50 
150 50 
152 50 

154 50 
1^6 50 

155 25 
160 25 
162 25 



NOTE.— The above prices include new design base and loope. 

Si^All Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped lU" X P4 "Right Hiiud.'-'®a 

A7 



^AAGRif^FiNG IRON CO 




BUNDY' 











Styi^e C. F:3. iCf. 

FiiJ. lOf represents the Bundv Hot Closet Dining Room Steam lUrect Radiator, elaborately decorated with 
antique brass screen and ornaments. This beautiful Radiator is designed to rank first in the appointment of a richly 
furnished dining room, and is certainly the most elegant thing of the kind ever offered to the public. 

The dimensions of these closets are as follows : Length, 35 inches : width, 14 inches ; height, 18 inches ; 
heights of Radiators over all, 36 to 42 inches. These closets have one shelf that can be readily removed or adjusted 
The doors are of such size as to admit any dish or cover that the closet can accommodate. The heating surface in these 
Radiators can be varied from 33 to 70 feet each. Centre of outlet 4^ inches from floor. 



FORTY-TWO INCHES HIG-H. 



THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. | 


8T1XDABD. 


EMJIBCED. EXTEXDED SrKFACE. I 


Feet 

of Beating 

Bxattea. 


Price. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


1 Feet 
Price. ; of Heating 
! Snrtac*. 


Price. 


44 
46 

48 
50 
52 


$131 00 
'33 00 
'35 00 
138 00 
'39 00 
141 00 
'43 00 
'45 00 
147 00 


5>M 

535^ 

V 

65'A 

, 67J/3 
■ 70 


»'37 <-o 
'39 00 
141 SO 
144 00 
146 00 
148 00 
150 SO 
'53 CO 
'55 2S 


5'H 
53?^ 

58 -i 

63 

67% 
70 


*'35 50 
138 00 
140 00 
142 25 
144 50 
146 75 

149 CO 

'5' 75 
'53 SO 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 


STANDARD. 


ENLABCED. 


EXTEXDED SUBFACK. | 

Feet 1 1 

of Heating j Price. ! 

Surface. 1 { 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


Price. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


Price. 


36 

37^4 

39 

40.'4 
42 
43>^ 
45 


$1j8 00 
130 00 
132 00 
'33 75 
•35 SO 
'37 SO 
13900 
141 00 
143 00 


38>4 

40.'^ 

42 

43** 

45>^ 

47X 

49 , 

50K 

52>^ 


S'34 25 
136 50 
138 SO 
140 SO 
'42 75 
'45 00 
'47 25 
'49 SO 
ISISo 


3^'A 

40X 
42 

43J< 

4S>^ 

47X 

49 

Soj^ 

S2K 


H33 00 1 

'35 00 
13700 
'39 25 
141 25 
'43 50 
'45 50 
'47 50 
'49 50 



NOTE.— The abore price* inclade new design bape and antique brass screens. 

i^AU Re^lnar Steam Goods Tapped 1' x V "Riffht Hand."-^a 

48 



BUNDY — 



j^iinclyj£6t(teet£piningj^ 




Style F. 



Fig. 51 represents Buady Hot Closet Dining Room Hot Water Direct Radiator, elaborately decorated with antique 
brass screen and ornaments. This beautiful Radiator is appropriately placed in the most richly furnished dininoroom, 
and is certainly the most elegant thing of the kind ever offered to the ijublic. 

The dimensions of these closets are a§ follows : — Length, 35 inches ; width, 14 inches : height, 18 inches ; heights 
of Radiators over all, 47 and 41 inches. The hot closet is the same as is used with our steam Rijdiator and is, therefore, 
interchangeable. Each closet has one shelf which is easily removed or adjusted. The doors are of such size and lack 
of closet concave so as to accommodate the widest dish or platter. The feed pipe can enter the upper circulating 
chamber of the Radiator if desired, so they can be successfully placed on the same level as the heater or even below. 

The heating surface can be varied from 53 to 84 feet each, and the centre of outlet is 44 inches from floor. 



FORTY-SEVEN INCHES HIGH. 



WITH THE FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 


STANDAHD. 

Feet 


GNLAROED. 


EXTENDED SUBFACK. 


Feet 1 


#■■ Feet 




of Heating Price. 


of Heating Price. 


of Healing 


Price. 


surface. 


Surface. 




Surface. 




63 $172 25 


73J^ 


fl79 00 


733-^ 


$176 75 


64}j2 ; 174 00 


n% 


180 75 


U% 


178 50 


66 175 50 


76 


182 75 


76 


180 50 


67J2 177 25 


77J^ 


184 75 


77i^ 


1S2 50 


69 179 00 


7^% 


186 75 


78?i 


184 50 


yoj.i 180 50 


80 


188 75 


80 


186 50 


72 182 00 


siy^ 1 190 50 


8i>^ 


188 25 


73h' >83 75 


8223' , 192 50 


82% 


190 25 


75 186 50 


84 194 50 


84 


192 25 





FORTY-ONE 


INCHES HIGH. 


WITH THE 


FOLLOWING STYLES OF LOOPS. 


STANDARD. 


ENLARGED. 


EXTENDED SURFACE. 


Feet 




Feet 




Feet 




,of, Heating 


Price. 


cf Heating 


Price. 


;of Heating 


Price. 


Surface. 




Surface. 




Surface. 




52 


I169 25 


59J^ 


$176 25 


59);^ 


$174 25 


53 


171 00 


60% 


178 00 


602^ 


176 00 


54 


172 50 


62 


180 00 


62 


178 00 


55 ' 174 25 


63Jif 


182 00 


63}^ 


180 00 


56 1 176 00 J 


(>4% 


184.00 


64^ 


182 00 


57 ' 177 50 


66 


186 00 


66 


184 00 


58 


179 00 


67^ 


187.75 


67'lf 


185 75 


59 


180 75 


6S?i 


189 75 ' 68,23' 


187 75 


60 


182 50 ': 


70 


igr 75 7° ' i8q 75 | 



NOTE.— Tlie above prices include new design Base and antique brass screen. 

8®»A11 Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped l}^ X 1}4" "Right Hand."-®a 

49 








BUNDY- 



j^undij Qteam and J-pt "^J/ater ^ired = CndireclJ^adiator. 




Fig. 24. 




Fig. 25. 

Figs. 24 and 2.5 represent the Bundy Steam and Hot Water Direct-Indirect Eadiator, extensively used in large 
buildings where direct heat, as well as good ventilation is required. The base is made in the form of a box fitting 
closely to the floor all around as per Fig. 24, when the fresh air is admitted under the Radiator through a hole in the 
floor, or an opening may be left in the back of the Base, as per Figs. 25 and 2G. This latter plan is most adopted and 
goods are furnished this way, with an opening in the back 4" liigh and 8" long, when other instructions are not given. 
Among the many buildings heated with this Radiator are : The Standard Oil Company's Building, the United Bank 
Building, Public Schools, Nos. 17, 31, and 32 of N. Y. City, State Normal School, Albany, N. Y., and District School, 
Mt. Vernon, 0. 

NOTE:— The price of these Radiators is 25 cents per Loop in advance of Lixt Prices of Rertain/utnr Steam and 
Hoi Water Direct Radiators. 

50 



^undi^ Qleam aud Vet Mjaizr ^irect= (jridireci^^dialer 

CROSS SECTION. 

Fig. 2G represents a cross-sectional view 
of a Bund)' Steam and Hot Water Direct- 
Indirect Radiator, as set up for healing and 
ventilating. The superior points of this 
Radiator for this kind of work are self 
evident ; the openings for the passage of air 
through the base are large and free (see Fig. 
34), and compare favorably witli those of 
other Radiators of this class which have 
openings less than one-third the size, and 
are nearh- useless for ventilation for this 
kind of radiation ; while openings for the 
passage of air through the Bundy loops into 
the room to be heated are long and narrow 
with two openings to each loop being 2^' x f 
by the length of the loop — thereby giving 
many more openings than with wrought iron 
inch pipe Radiators. 

Another advantage is that the base 
panels on our large Radiators can be removed 
while adjusting and connecting, or to inspect 
or clean under Radiator. Our small Radi- 
ators of this class are made with skirt aud 
legs detached from base, thereby saving labor 
and expense in connecting up Radiator to 
cold air duct, aud in adjusting Automatic 
Damper Regulators to close the cold air duct 
when the Radiator is cold to prevent freezing, 
•p.„ 26 *°'i *° "P^"^ ^^ ""'^^^ the Radiator is warm. 

This system is economical and efficient and overcomes the difficulty of ventilating rooms where the air has 
become vitiated and deoxygenized by a large assembly of people, gas lights, and from other causes, by supplying 
fresh air that is warmed as it passes through Radiators, thus avoiding draughts of cold air that would come from 
ventilating by open windows. 

The Board of Education of New York City, have recently used this method of ventilating class rooms 
in the public schools with marked success, thus avoiding the necessity of ventilating by open windows, which 
ruins the health of children sitting near a draught of cold air. Where no Indirect Radiators are used this plan 
of ventilation is indispensable. 

XOTE.—Tlds form of consfrKciion in Radiators is covered hi/ LHiers Patent, A7;. 117,075. Any infringement on 
the riffJtfs secured hy this Patent will be subject to prompt legal proceedings. 




51 



^GRIFFING IRONCO 



BUNDY"" 



^uudi^^AjiyTado^// Qteam £[)irect J^^ialor. 




Fig. 11. 



Fig. 11 represents the Buiidy 'Window Steam Direct Radiator, which is very conTenient where a large Eadiator is 
required in front of a low window. 



PRICES SAME AS FOR RECTANGULAR STEAM RADIATORS 42" OR 36" HIGH. 

No Allowance FOR Short Loops. 

52 



• AA.GRi'^FiNGjRONCO 



BUNDY^ 



l^undu Q^tair.'.-au Q^izd.Tr. ^,irzzi Jj^adiaior 



J Vj>> 




Fia. Hi. 



Fia. 11^ represeats the Bauly Stairway Steam Direct Radiator, which is a very convenient and attractive form of 
Eadiator to use in the halls of our modern buildings. 



PRICES SAME AS FOR RECTANGULAR STEAM RADIATORS 42" OR 36' HIGH. 

iNo Allowance for Short Loops. 

53 



BUNDY' 



These elegant Radiator covertii are niadu to lit any size Radiator roiuul oii oiir list. Tliey are furiiislied in Antique 
Brass {blachencdgold), Polished Brass (gM), Oxidized Silver {blackened silver), and Bright Nickel. 

For prices on Antique and Polished Brass Screens, see list on page 55 ; for prices on Oxidized Silver and 
Bngiit Nickel, add 30 per cent, to same list. Same discount named on Bandy Ttadiators applies thereto. 






Fia. 39. 



Fig. 40. 



Fig. 41. 




Fig. 42. 





Fig. 44. 



54 




pGRIFFINGIRONCO 



^^'^/^i^rRADlMCl^ 




TK^DE BUNDY-^" 



yeriicai Q^ce ^atique j^rass ^ired Radiator Qcreeus, 



Figs. 39J. 40^.4U.-4-J^. 4Si. 
44^^. 44^ ami 44J are tlie'latest 
designs being specially a'lajJted 
to Eenaissauce, Moorish and 
Queeu Anue rooms. They can 
be placed on Radiators before 
or after setting or at any time. 

Furnished in Antique Brass 
(Blackened (rold). Pohshed 
Brass (Gold), or Oxidized Sil- 
ver and Bright Nickel. 

For prices on Antique and 
Polished Brass Screens, see 
hst. 

For prices ou Oxidized Sil- 
ver and Bright Nickel, add 30 
per cent, to list. 




These Screens have liberal 
fret work openings thi'ough 
which the air passes with per- 
fect freedom. They do not 
increase the space occupied 
by the Radiator and when 
mounted with a Rose Kvuie- 
dian . A it ran ia Griotte, Si en no. 
Sf. Anne, Italian Dove or 
Ophiate Marble Top they 
make a most elegant piece of 
furniture, and the great 
variety in which they are 
made enables one to select 
those in perfect harmony 
with the furnishing of any 
room. 



Fig. ZD'A 





Fig. 40 J^. 



Fig. All4 



55 



TIC11.E BUNDY"^"'^ 



^uadu^team (^J«^t''\j(y^er£pirect^ Qcreeas 





FlG.I42i. 



Fjg. 43i. 




Fig. 44t 



Fig. 44i. 



TRiDK BUNDY' 



ISundy gt^am and j+ot Water Direct l^adiafof Brass Screen P^ice bist. 



4-3 Inches High— Steam. 


36 Inches High— Steam. 


30 Inches High— Sieam. 1 


45 Inches High— Hot Water. 


39 Inches Bigh— Hot Water. 


33 Inches High— Hot Water. | 


ataadiird, 


List 


Standard, 


List 


Standard, 


List 


Enlarged and 


Price 


Enlarged and 


Price 


Enlarged and 


Price 


Extended Surface 


for 


Extended Surface 


for 


Extended Surface 


for 


Radiators. 


Brass Screens. 


Radiators. 


Brass Screens. 


Radiators. 


Brass Screens. 


I X 3 


$24 25 


I X 3 


!|!20 25 


I X 3 


$16 75 


I X 4 


28 75 


I X 4 


24 00 


I X 4 


20 00 


I X 5 


36 00 


I X 5 


30 00 


I X 5 


25 00 


I X 6 


43 25 


I X 6 


36 00 


I X 6 


30 ou 


1X7 4S 5" 


1 X 7 


40 50 


I X 7 


33 75 


I X 8 


55 75 


I X 8 


46 50 


I X 8 


38 75 


I X 9 


60 25 


I X 9 


50 25 


I X 9 


41 75 


I X 10 


67 50 


I X 10 


5O 25 


1 X 10 


46 75 


I X 11 


74 75 


I X II 


62 25 


I X n 


51 75 


I X 12 


82 75 


I X 12 


69 00 


I X 12 


57 50 


I X 13 


86 50 


I X 13 


72 00 


I X 13 


60 00 


I X 14 


93 50 


1 X 14 


78 00 


I X 14 


65 00 


I X 15 


100 75 


1 X 15 


84 00 


1 X 15 


70 00 


I X i6 


loS 00 


I X 16 


90 00 


I X 16 


75 00 


I X i8 


120 50 


I X 18 


100 50 


I X 18 


83 75 


' I X 20 


135 00 


I X 20 


112 50 


I X 20 


93 75 


I X 22 


146 75 


I X 22 


122 25 


I X 22 


loi 75 


I X 24 


158 50 


I X 24 


132 00 


1 X 24 


no 00 


I X 26 


172 75 


I X 26 


144 0° 


I X 26 


120 00 


2X3 


31 50 


2 X 3 


26 25 


2X3 ' 21 75 1 


2 X 4 


38 75 


2X4 


32 25 


2X4 


26 75 


2 X 5 


46 00 


2 X 5 


38 25 


2 X 5 


31 75 


2X0 


50 50 


2X6 


42 00 


2X6 


35 00 


2 X 7 


57 50 


2X7 


48 00 


2 X 7 


40 00 


2 X 8 


64 75 


2X8 


54 00 


2X8 


45 00 


2 X 9 


70 25 


2 X 9 


58 50 


2X9 


48 75 


2 X lO 


77 50 


2 X 10 


64 50 


2 X 10 ] 53 75 


2 X H 


84 50 


2 X Ji 


70 50 


2 X II 58 75 


2 X 12 


91 75 


2 X 12 


76 50 


2 X 12 


63 75 


2 X 13 


96 25 


2 X 13 


80 25 


2 X 13 


66 75 


2 X 14 


103 50 


2 X 14 


86 25 


2 X 14 


71 75 


2 X 15 


108 00 


2 X 15 


90 00 


2 X 15 


75 00 


2 X i6 


115 25 


2 X 16 


96 00 


2 X 16 


80 00 


2 X i8 


127 75 


2 X 18 


1 06 50 


2 X 18 


89 75 


2 X 20 


142 25 


2 X 20 


ilS 50 


2 X 20 


98 75 


2 X 22 


154 00 


2 X 22 


12S 25 


2 X 22 


106 75 


2 X 24 


165 50 


2 X 24 


138 00 


2 X 24 


115 00 


2 X 26 


I So 00 


2 X 26 


150 00 


2 X 2b 


125 ) 


3 X 3 


38 75 


3 X 3 


32 25 


3 X 3 


26 75 


3X4 


46 00 


3X4 


38 25 


3 X 4 


31 75 


3 X 5 


50 50 


3 / 5 


42 00 


3 X 5 


35 00 


3 X 6 


57 50 


3 X 6 


4S 00 


3X6 


40 00 


3X7 


63 CO 


3 X 7 


52 50 


3 X 7 


43 75 


3 X 8 


70 25 


3X8 


58 50 


3X8 


48 75 


3 X 9 


77 50 


3 X 9 


64 50 


3 X 9 


53 75 


3 X lo 


82 00 


3 X 10 


68 25 


3 X 10 


57 75 


3 X 11 


89 00 


3 X II 


74 25 


3 X II 


61 75 


3 X 12 


96 25 


3 X 12 


80 25 


3 X 12 


66 75 


3 X 13 


103 50 


3 X 13 


86 25 


3 X 13 


71 75 


3 X 15 


115 25 


3 X 15 


96 00 


3 X 15 


80 00 


4X4 


53 00 


4X4 ' 44 25 


4X4 


36 75 


4 X 5 


60 25 


4X5 ; 50 25 


4 X 5 


41 75 


4X6 


64 75 


4X6 


54 00 


4X6 


45 00 


4 X 8 


76 25 


4X8 


f>3 50 


4 X 8 


53 00 


4 X lo 


91 75 


4 X 10 


76 50 


4 X 10 


63 75 


4 X 14 


115 25 


4 X 14 


96 00 


4 X 14 


80 00 


4 X i8 


142 25 


4 X 18 


118 50 


4 X 18 


98 75 


4 X 2o 


156 50 


4 X 20 


no 50 


4 X 20 


108 75 


4 X 22 


170 75 


4 X 22 


140 25 


4 X 22 


116 50 


4 X 24 


180 00 


4 X 24 


150 00 


4 X 24 


125 00 


10 Circular 


43 25 


loCircular. 


36 00 


10 Circular. 


30 00 


15 


48 50 


15 


40 50 


15 


33 75 


20 " 


55 75 


20 


46 50 


20 


38 75 


26 


60 25 


26 


50 25 


26 


41 75 


34 " 


72 00 


34 


60 00 


34 


50 ) 


50 " ' 86 50 


50 


72 00 


50 


60 00 


74 ■' 100 75 


72 


84 00 


72 


68 00 


26 Column 


77 50 


26 Column. 


56 25 


26 Column. 


46 75 


34 


82 00 


34 


63 25 


34 


56 75 


50 


100 75 


50 :-" 


84 00 


50 " 


68 GO 


^ 10 Corner 


37 25 


lo'Corner. 


36 00 


10 Corner. 


30 00 


15 


53 (» 


15 


44 25 


15 


36 75 


20 " 


63 00 


20 " 


52 50 


20 ' 


43 75 


The above prices are for all Steam Radiators 43"] 


Tue al>ove p.-iC3s a.'e for all Steam Riliators 36" 


The abjve prices are for all Steam Ridiators 3ir 


liigh and unler to 36' high, and Hot Water Radia- 


high and un ier to 3J' high, and Hot Water Ra lia- 


high and under, and Hot Water Radiators 33" high 


tors 45' high and under to 33' high. | 


tors 39" high and under to 33" high. 


and under. 



57 



BUNDY- 



(Que |-?ev/ j^undy J^enaissaace Qleam ^'wzd H^adiator. 




. 64, Style Ci, repres 



Style G, Fig. 64, 

I the One Row Bunily RenaieaaTicc Steum Direct Railiaior with Corucr Pillar?. This Radiator without Corner Pillare is eho 

THIRTY-SEVEN INCHES HIGH, ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 



1 by Fig. 67. 



FOR STANDARD OR ENLARGED LOOPS. | 






STANDAKD. 




-ENLARGED. 


LIST OF R.\DI.-\TORS BUILT ON THE | 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. | 








Each Loop represents 3 Feet of 


Each L 


oop rcprepcnts ZU, Feet of 




Width of Base, 7% inches. 


Heating Surface. 
LtsT Price. 




Heating Suiface. 
List Price. 


Shape of 


Number 


Length 


Feet 


Willi Iron T..p 


Feet 




With Iron Top 


of 


of 


of Heating 


or ai ranged for 


of Heating 


or arranged for 


Radiator 


Loops. 


Radiators. 


Surface. 


Marble Top. 


Surface. 




Marble Top. 


I X 5 


5 


2iH' 


15 


|34 50 


17M 




$36 00 


I X 7 


7 


28^" 


21 


40 75 


'4'A 




43 00 


I X 9 


9 


34 jr 


i 27 


47 25 


3'H 




49 75 


I X II 


II 


41" 


1 33 


53 50 


38J^ 




56 75 


I X 13 


'3 ^^H^ 1 


39 


60 CO 1 


45^ 




('3 50 


J X 15 


15 ,54 


45 


66 25 


52V^ 




70 50 







THIRTY-ONE 


INCHES HIG-H 


ONE ROW 


OF LOOPS. 




LIST 


IK R.MJI.^TORS BUILT ON TlIK 


1 


Eich Luop Represents a,V Feet of 


Each Loijp Reprewhis .3 Feet of 




I'CILLUWING SIZU BASES. 




Heating Surface. 


Heating Suiface, 




Width jf Base, 7}^ inches. 




List Pkicb. 


List Price. 


1 X 5 




5 


2IM" 




12',< 


$34 00 


15 


I35 75 


I X 7 




7 


2S18" 




I7}4 


40 00 


21 


42 50 


I X 9 




9 


34K2" 




221^ 


46 00 


27 


49 25 


I X II 




II 


41 




27H 


52 25 


33 


56 00 


I X 13 




13 


47^3" 




32H 


58 25 


39 


62 75 


I X 15 




15 


54 




37i< 


64 25 


45 


69 50 



TWENTY-FOUR AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, ONE ROW OF 


LOOPS. 


LIST OF KAUIAIOUS BUILT ON THE 


E icli L .i)|i RcpresenlB ;! Feet of 


Each Loop Reprc-intB -J'j Feel of 


FoLf.OWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, 714 inches. , 


List Pkick. 


{ List Price. 


I X 5 


5 


2ll^- 


10 


*33 25 


IlK 


$34 75 


I X 7 


7 


28)g' 


14 


39 00 


ib'A 


41 00 


I X 9 


9 


34^' 


18 


45 00 


21 


47 50 


1 X II 


II 


41" 


22 


50 75 


255^ 


53 75 


I X 13 


13 


47%' 


26 


5& 50 


3°'A 


60 25 


I X 15 


15 


54 


30 


62 25 


35 


66 50 



t^All Regular Goods Tapped I'x^' "Right IIand,'*J^ 

58 



BUNDY^ 



■* ^ I » 

J^^ J V ^^ IB "^^^^ J v^^^^^^^^^ Q^teaiTw ^Jjirecl •?adiator 




Style H, Fig. 65. 

Fig. «S5, Style n. represents the Two Enw niindy Rci aissance Steam Direct Radiator with Comer Piibrs. This Ra'Jiator without Correr Pillms is shown by Fig 

THIRTY-SEVEN INCHES HIGH. TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



FOE STANDARD OR ENLARGED LOOPS. 



Width of Base, 113^ inches. 



STA>"DAKD. 



1:.>'I^KGKU. 



Bach Loop Represents 3 Feet of 

Heatins Surface. 

List Fbice. 



Loops. 



Feet 
of Heating 
Surface. 



-I'k 
41' 



With Iron Top 

or arranged for 

Marble Top. 



$54 25 

66 75 

79 50 
92 00 
104 50 
117 00 



Each Loop Represents 3f^ Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Prick. 



Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 



With Iron Top 
or arranged for 
Jlarble Top. 



49 
63 
77 
91 
10? 



$57 00 
70 75 
84 50 
gS 00 
III 75 
12; ^o 



THIRTY-ONE INCHES HIGH, TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



LIST OF RAUI-\T()R# BUILT OX THE 

FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 

Width of Base. 113. inches. 



27-8 
34'4" 
41' 
47?8' 



65 00 
77 00 
89 25 
loi 25 



$56 50 
70 00 

83 50 
96 75 
no 25 



TWENTY-FOUR AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, TWO ROWS OF LOOPS, 



LIST OF KADIATOr.S BUILT 1 .N" 


THE 


Each Lo'.p U pre^eiii!* 2 Feet of 


Each Loop Repre.-ei.ts 2^ Feet of 


FOLLOWISG SIZE BASES. 




Heating surface. 1 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base. 11?4 inches. 




List Price. ' 


List Price. 


2X5 1 10 


2I'.,- 


20 


$51 75 


23>^ 


$54 50 


2X7 14 


27 'g' 


28 


63 25 


32?3 


67 25 


2X9 IS 


34'i' 


36 


74 75 


4' . 


79 75 


2 X II 22 


4l' 


44 


86 50 


5I>^ 


92 50 


2 X 13 26 


47^8- 


1 52 


98 00 


boYi 


105 00 


2 X 15 1 30 


537'3 


1 60 


109 50 


70 


117 75 



«-All Regular Goods Tappea 1' X H' "Eight Hand. 



59 



BUNDY — 



Qaree n^c7/ 'T^urtdu n^euaissance Qteam £pirect ^^diator. 




Style I, Fig. 66. 

Fig. 66, Style I. represents the Three Kow Bundy Renaissance Steam Direct Radiator with Corner Pillart . Tliih Radiator will out rdnier Pillaie is shown by Fig. 

THIRTY-SEVEN AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 



FOR STANDARD OR ENLARGED LOOPS. 


LIST OF R.\DIATORS BUILT ON TUE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 

Width of Base, 15^ inches. 


STANUARU. 


KNLAItGEO. 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Peice. 


Each Loop Rejiresents .3)^ Feet of 

Healing Surface. 

List Price. 


Shape 

of 

Radiator. 


Number 

of 
Loops. 


Length 
Radiator. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or arranged for 

Marble Top. 


Feet 

of Healing 

Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or arranged for 

Marble Top. 


XXXXXX 


15 
21 
27 

33 

39 

45 


2l}f 
2858" 

34Jr 

42" 

48>^" 

54'4 


45 
63 
8i 
99 
"7 
1 135 


|73 25 
92 50 
III 50 

130 75 
149 75 
l6y 00 


523^ 
73j^ 
94 J| 
115H 
136)^ 
J57J2 


$77 50 
gS 50 
119 25 
140 25 
i6i 00 
182 00 



THIRTY-ONE AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 



49- All Begalar UooOb Tapped 1' X }i' " Kight Uaad.'"** 

60 



LIST OF RAIJI.^TORS KUII.T ON THE 


Each Loop Reijreeeiits a)4 Feet of 


Each L 


>op Represents 8 Feet of 


FALLOWING SIZE li.ASES. 


Heating Surface. 




Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, 15!^ inches. 


List Peice. 




List Price. 


3X5 1 15 21}^" 


373^ ' I71 50 


45 




I76 75 


3X7 21 28=^" 


52J2 89 75 


63 




97 25 


3X9 27 34JI" 


671^ 108 25 


81 




"7 75 


3 X 11 33 42' 


821^ 126 50 


99 




138 00 


3 X 13 39 48I8' 


97>2 145 00 


"7 




158 50 


3 / >■-. 4; 54^-4 "2', 103 25 


135 




179 ou 



TWENTY-FIVE INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 


LIST ol- UAUIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 2 Feet of 


Bach Looji Heprrseiits 2, 


i Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


lleiiiinu' Surface 




Width of Base, 15^ inches. | 


List Price. | 


Li.sT Price. 




3X5 15 


21^' 


30 


$69 50 


35 




|73 75 


3X7 21 


28?g" 


42 


87 25 


49 




93 00 


3X9 27 


34}4' 


54 


104 75 


63 




112 25 


3 X 11 33 


42' 


66 


122 50 


77 




131 50 


3 X 13 39 


^^Vb' 


78 


140 00 


91 




150 75 


3 X 15 45 1 54/4 1 


90 


157 75 


105 




170 00 



BUNDY 



(^ne^o-^ ^ uudu J?2nai-sanceJ^cl^^^ 




==1 ^ '^ 'I I ^'4 lll-l I -1. 1 1 1 !' 1 1 1 




Fig. 70, Style M. represents the One Row Bnndv Renaissance Steam Direct Badiator with Comer Pillars. This Radiator without Comer Pillars is shown by Fi; 

FORTY AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH. ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 




FOE STAKDAJED OB ENLARGED LOOPS. 



LIST OF RADI.ATORS BUILT OX THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 
Width of Base, 7'-: inches. 



28ir 



STANDARD. 



Feet 

of Heating 

Sorface. 



With Iron Top 

or arrarged for 

Marble Top. 



I7l> 
24?l 

38IJ 



#39 75 
4S 25 
56 50 
6g 00 



ENLARGED. 



Feet 

of Beating 

Surface. 



Wiih Iron Top 
or arraniied for 
Marble "Toiv 



^I 50 
50 75 
59 75 
69 00 

-S 00 





THIRTY-FOUR INCHES HIGH. ONE ROW 


OF 


LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT OK THE 


Each LO.H' Represeias 3 Feet . f 




Each Loop Represents SH Feit vf 


FOLLOWLSG S:ZE BASES. 


Heaiin;: Surface. 




Heating Surface. 


Width of Base. 714 inches. 


List Pkicb. 




List Pkice. 


I X 5 


5 1 2iir 


15 1 *38 25 




17M l4o 25 


I X 7 


7 1 281^' 


21 46 CO 




24J2 49 00 


I X 9 


9 34^' 


i 27 1 54 00 




31J2 57 50 


I X 11 


II 41* 


1 33 1 61 7:; 




3814 i 66 2^ 


I X 13 13 4:^5' 


~n ' 6g 75 




43»2 74 75 


1X1= I- =4 


4? :: 5'-> 







TWENTY-SEVEN AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH. ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 



Width of Base, T^ inches. 



Each L'Mp Represents SU-, Fet-t of 
List Price. 



Each Loop RepreseLt' 2| 
Heating Surface. 
List^Price. 



21^2' 
281^' 



22K 
27»l 



I37 75 
45 25 
52 75 
60 50 

63 00 
75 50 



ui 

I9f 
25i 
3ii 

36f 



$39 25 
47 50 



63 75 



-All Kegular Goods Tapped 1,V' x l)i' "Eight Hand.'*-^ 



61 



^AA.GRIFFING IRON CO 

—y<r-C. JER3CY CITY.NJ ^^, 




^^O^jh'^'^^ 




St.leN, FI3.71. 

71, Style N, repr?9eit8 the Tw > Row Biimly Renaissance Iljt Wjter Direct Ridiator witli Corner Pillars. This Radiator withont Corner Pillars i 

FORTY AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



shown by Fig. 73. 



FOB STANDARD OB ENLABaSD LOOPS. 



Width of Base, 1194 inchee. 



Shsjje 
Padiator. 



X 5 

X 7 

X 9 

X II 

X 13 

X I? 



Number 

of 
Loops. 



Length 



2 1 J:, 

27/'8' 

34'4" 

41" 

47^8'" 

iVv.' 



STA^DAKD. 



Each Loop Represents 314 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 



Feet 
of Heating 
Surface. 



35 
49 

63 
77 
9 1 
105 



With Iron Top 

or arranged for 

Marble Top. 



$64 75 
81 50 
98 25 
115 00 
131 75 
148 50 



ENLAKGKD. 



Each Loop Repregentp 4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 



Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 



40 
56 

72 
88 
104 
120 



With Iron Top 
or arranged for 
Marble Top. 



|6S 25 
86 50 
104 50 
122 75 
140 75 
1 5c) on 







THIRTY-FOUR INCHES HIGH, TWO ROWS 


OF LOOPS. 






LIST OF I{.-M)lATORS BUILT ON THE Eacli Loop Represents .3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents ;jl 


. feel of 




FOLLfjWING SIZE BASES. Heating Surface. 


Healing Surface 






Widthof Base, ll?i ircht-?. 


List Price. 


List Price. 




2 X 5 




II 2lli" 


30 


$6i 75 


35 




$65 75 


2 X 7 




14 27^8' 


42 


77 25 


49 




83 00 


2X9 




IS 34'4 


54 


92 75 


63 




100 25 


2 X II 




22 41 


66 


108 50 


77 




117 25 


2 X 13 




26 47^8* 


78 


124 00 


91 




134 50 


2 X 15 




3" 53 '3 


90 


139 50 


11)5 




151 75 



TWENTY-SEVEN AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



aarAUKegiilarCoods Tapped \',i' X 1%' "Right Haiid.'-w 

62 



LIST OF RADIATORS lUIl.T ON ITIE 


Each Loop Represents M,W Feet of 


Ivicl. Lno, 


Ri'presents 2^ 


Feet of 


FOLLOWI.SG SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 




atin-; Surface. 




Width of Base, 1 1^ inches. 


List Price. 




List Price. 




2 X 5 


10 


21 '.r 


25 


|6o 50 


'*'! 






$63 50 


2 X 7 


14 


^iVs" 


35 


75 50 


39?3 






79 75 


2X9 


i3 


34^' 


45 


90 50 


51 






96 00 


2 X II 


22 


41" 


55 


105 75 


f>2% 






112 50 


2 X 13 1 26 


47^8" 


65 


120 75 


li% 






128 75 


2 X 15 ! 3" ! 53 's 


75 


135 75 


85 






j 00 




AA.GRIFFINGIRONC0 

Trcu.cBUNDY — 




^ue /pew ^undu ^Renaissance Q^izam £f)irect ^^diator. 




Style J, Fig. 67. 

Fig. 6", Style J, represents the One Rjn- Bandy Renaissance Steam Direct Radiator withont Corner Pillars. This Radiator with Corner Pilla 

THIRTY-SEVEN INCHES HIGH, ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 



I is shown by Fig. 64. 



FOR STANDARD OR ENLARGED LOOPS. | 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT OX THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


STAND.\KD. [ 


ENLARGED. 


Each Loop Represents .3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3^ Feet of 




Width of Base, 7^ inches. 


Heating Surface. j 


Heating Surface. 






List Price. | 


List Price. 


Shape 


Number 


Length 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 1 


of 


of 


of 


of Heating 


or arranged for 


of Heating 


or arranj^cd for 


Radiator. 


Loops. 


Radiator. 


Snrfacp. 


Marble Top 


Surface. 


Marble Top, 


I X 5 


] 5 


2i'A- 


15 


$27 00 


nii 


I28 50 


I X 7 


7 


^^x 


21 


33 25 


24^2^ 


35 50 


I X 9 


9 


34J2 


27 


39 75 


31^^ 


42 25 


I X 11 


II 


41" 


33 


46 00 


38^2 


49 25 


I X 13 


13 


4733" 


39 


52 50 


4iH 


56 00 


r X I? 


15 


?4 


45 


58 75 


■;2i.3 1 63 00 1 



THIRTY-ONE INCHES HIGH, 


ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 




LIST OF FADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 
W^idth of Base, TJ^ inches. j 


Each Loop Represents 2t.i Feet of 
Heating S :rface." 

List Price. ' 


E ich Loop Represents 3 Feel of 
1 Heatrng Surface. 
1 List Price. 


1X5 5 
I X 7 1 7 
1X9' 9 
I X 11 1 II 

I X 13 13 
I X 15 15 


2ijr 
28ir 

34}4' 
41" 
47M' 
54' 


I2l.^ 
I7M 

27M 
32i4 

31% 


I26 50 
32 50 
38 50 

44 75 
50 75 
56 75 


15 

21 

27 

33 
39 

45 


$28 25 
35 00 
41 75 
48 50 
55 25 
62 00 



TWENTY-FOUR 


AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH. ONE ROW 


OF 


LOOPS. 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT 


ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 2 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents aia Feet of I 


FOLLOWINC SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 




Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, 7U ir.che 




List Price. 




List Prick. 


I X 5 


^ 


21 1.,- 


10 


I25 75 


"-.'3 




I27 25 


I X 7 


7 


2813' 


14 


31 50 


it'A 




33 50 


I X 9 


9 


34I2" 


18 


37 50 


21 




40 00 


I X II 


II 


41 


22 43 25 1 


25'3 




46 25 


I X 13 


13 


47^3" 


26 4g 00 1 


30-3 




52 75 


I X 15 1 = 


54 


30 ' 54 75 


' 35 




_'59 00 



o-All Regular Gooda Tapped 1' X ^^ ' * Right Hand." -sa 



63 



|/\A.GRIFFING IRONCO' 
— BUNDY — 

— I ^ !♦- 

Owe J^GY.'" ^uTidi] ^Renaissance Qteain ^irect Radiator 




SrvLZ X, F:z. 63. 

Fig. OS. style K. repreeentg the Two P.oh- Bandy Renaissance Sleam Direct Radiator without Comer Pillars. This Radia'or » iih Comer Pilla 

THIRTY-SEVEN INCHES HIGH. TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



5 shown hy Fig. Go. 



FOR STANDARD OR ENLARGED LOOPS. 



Width of Base, IIVJ inches. 



STANDAKD. 



ENI.ARGKD. 



of 



2lJ^' 
2778- 
34 14' 
41' 

47^8" 

53 '3 



Each Lo«p Represert.« 3 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 



Each Loon Repreeents 31^ Feet cf 

Heating Surface. 

Li*T Price. 



Feet 

of Beating 
Snrface. 



30 
42 
54 
66 

78 
90 



With Iron Top 

or arranged for 

Marble Top 



^6 75 
59 25 
72 00 

84 50 
97 00 

lOq 50 



Feet 
of Healing 
Surfic". 


With Iron Top 

or arrangi-d for 

Marble Top. 


11 
63 

9' 
10; 


^9 50 
63 25 
7700 
90 ;o 
104 25 
1 1 S < X) 



THIRTY-ONE INCHES HIGH. TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



LIST OF RADI.'\TORS BUILT OS 


THE 


Each Loop Represents 2l« Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 




Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, im inches. 




List Price. 


List Price 


2X5 >o 




2i)r 


25 *45 50 


30 


*49 00 


2 X 7 


14 




27Ji' 


35 57 50 


42 


62 50 


2 X 9 


18 




34'4' 


45 


69 50 


54 


76 00 


2 X II 


22 




41' 


55 


8i 75 


66 


89 25 


2 X 13 26 




47^8' 


65 


93 75 


7S 


102 75 


2 X 15 30 




53 '3 


75 if'5 75 


• lU 


116 25 



TWENTY-FOUR AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH. TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 


LIST OK RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 

FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 

Width of Base. 11.>4 inches 


Each Loop Represenis 2 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 


Each Loop Represents 2^ Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Pbii e. 


2X51 10 1 2iJ^' 
2X7' 14 1 27'^' 
2X9 '8 34'i' 

2 X II 22 41 

2 X 13 26 4733- 
2 X 15 3" ;3'3' 


20 

28 
36 
44 
52 
60 


144 25 
55 75 
67 25 

79 00 
90 50 
102 00 


23^3 

32% 

5iJi 

7" 


^10. 

59 75 
72 2; 
85 00 
97 50 

ITO 2; 



"AH Re^alar Uouds Tapped ly^' - Ri?ht Hand."_g: 



64 




RE^I^ RADIATOR 



K 




MANUFACTURED BY 






A. A QKirriNQ Iron Qo. 

General Office and Works: 



'\^--«jiii? "® "^ 






(j> Q^ 



430 ConnuNiPAiw/lYE ., J f V JE R5ET CITY, N. J. 

NEW YORK CITY. N.Y.. CHICflQO. ILL., FHILflDELFHIfl. 7 A., 

J06 LIBERTY STR EET. 130 b E^RPQRN S TREET. 18-2 4 50UTH 7TH 5TREET. 

Please designate in your speciflcations or contract for heating as A. A. Grlfflng Iron Co.'s Bnndy Renaissance Radiator Kith Corner Pillars. 







Qhree J^w Jjundi^ Jj^naissance Qteam ^irect J?adiatGr. 




Style L, Fig. 69. 

Pio. 89, Style L, represents the Three Row Bandy Renaissance Steam Diruct Radiator without Corner Pillars. This Radiator with Corner Pillars is shown hy Fij 

THIRTY-SEVEN AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 



STANDARD OR ENLARGED LOOPS. | 




STANDARD. 


ENLAKGED. 


LIST OP RADIATORS BUILT ON THB 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 






Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3)4 Feet of 


Width of Base, 1.5i^ inches. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 




List Price. 


L18T Price. 


Shape 


Number 


Length 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


of 


of 


of 


of Heating 


or arranged for 


of HeHting 


or arranged tor 


Radiator. 


Loops. 


Radiator. 


Sarface. 


Marble Top. 


Surface. 


Marble Top. 


3 X 5 


15 


21^' 


45 


I65 75 


52H 


$70 00 


3 X 7 


21 


2i%" 


63 


85 00 


n'A 


91 00 


3 X 9 


27 


34^" 


81 


104 00 


94H 


III 75 


3 X II 


33 


42° 


99 


123 25 


iis'A 


132 75 


3 X 13 


39 


48 ir 


117 


142 25 


136^ 


153 50 


3 X 15 


45 


54^'" 


135 


161 50 


157 J< 


174 50 



THIRTY-ONE AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 



LIST OF KAUIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 254 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base. l.iH inches 


List Prick. 


List Price. 


3 X 5 


15 2llf' 


37>^ 


I64 00 


45 


$69 25 


3 X 7 


21 28=^" 


52j^ 


82 25 


63 


89 75 


3X9 


27 


34}^" 


(>7ii 


100 75 


81 


no 25 


3 X 11 


33 


42" 


82^ 


lig 00 


99 


130 50 


3 X 13 


39 


481^" 


97'A 


137 50 


117 


151 00 


3 X 15 


45 ' SAW 1 


1 12 '4 


155 75 


135 


171 50 



TWENTY-FIVE INCHES HIGH, THREE ROWS OF LOOPS. 



LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each Loop Represents 2 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 2'j' Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, 15^^ inches. 


List Price. 


List Prick. 


3 X 5 


15 


21^" 


30 


f62 00 


35 


|66 25 


3 X 7 


21 


28f^" 


42 


79 75 


49 


85 50 


3 X 9 


27 


34^" 


54 


97 25 


63 


104 75 


3 X II 


33 


42 


66 


115 00 


77 


124 00 


3 X 13 


39 


481^" 


78 


132 50 


91 


143 25 


•^ X 15 45 1 HH" 1 


90 150 25 ! 


105 162 50 1 



<»"A11 Regular Goods Tapped 1" x }4" "Right Hand. 



65 









^^^mom^^':m 




BUNDY»- 



© ^^J V^ jj^^^y jPerLaissance '3/Gt*'^^^er £[)iredjj^adi atcr 




, style O, represents the One Row Buii'ly Renaissance Hot Water Direct Radiator without Corner rillars. This Radiator with Comer Pillars is shown hy Fig. 1. 

FORTY AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIG-H, ONE ROW OF LOOPS- 



FOR STANDARD OR ENLARGED LOOPS. | 


LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 

Width of Base, 7H inches. 


STANDARD. 


BNLAKGED. 


Each Loop Represents 3>4 Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 


Each Loop Repre!,ent8 4 Feet if 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 


Shape 

of 

Radiatore. 


Nnmber 

of 
Loops. 


Length 

of 

Radiators. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With Iron Top 
orarrang. d for 
Marhle Top. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With Iron Top 

or arranged for 

Marlile Top. 


I X 5 1 5 
1X7 7 
1X9 9 
I X II II 
I X ij 13 
I X 15 15 


2ljr 
2Slg" 
34Vf' 
41 

47 ■'■3" 
54' 


17}^ 
24i^ 

38K 

45^^ 

1 52^2^ 


I32 25 
40 75 
49 00 
57 50 
f'5 75 
74 25 


20 

28 
36 
44 

52 
60 


$34 00 
43 25 
52 25 
61 50 

70 50 

79 75 



THIRTY-FOUR INCHES HIGH, ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 



LIST OF RADIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each L 


oop Kepresi-nle 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents :i!^ Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 




Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base. 7"4 inches. 




List Price. 


List Price. 


I X 5 


5 


2lV.f 


15 




I30 75 


171^ 


I32 75 


I X 7 


7 


281^ 


21 




38 50 


243^ 


41 50 


I X 9 


9 


34^^' 


27 




46 50 


31 i^ 


50 00 


I X II 


tl 


41" 


33 




54 25 


381^ 


58 75 


I X 13 13 '■ 47''a' 


39 




62 25 


45' < 


f)7 25 


I X 15 1 15 1 54 


45 




70 00 


52I.. 


76 00 



TWENTY-SEVEN AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH, ONE ROW OF LOOPS. 


LIST OF RAI)I.\TORS Bini.T ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE BASES. 
Width of Base, 1% inches. 


Each Loop Represents 21^ feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 


Each Loop Represents 'i\ Feet of 

Heating Surface. 

List Price. 


XXXXXX 


5 21^" 
7 281^- 
9 34i^" 
II 41" 

13 47=r 

15 54" 


12H 
17JI 
22 1^ 
27^^ 
321^ 
37 '0 


$30 25 

37 75 
45 25 
53 00 
60 50 

68 .K) 


14 1-6 
19 5-6 
25J^ 
31 1-6 
365-6 

42 '.r 


I31 75 
40 00 

48 25 
56 25 
64 50 

72 75 



'All Regular Goods Tapped \%' X IX' " Biffht Hand."-s» 

66 



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STYI.E P, F:3. 73. 

Fig. 73, St.vle P, represents Two Row Bundy Renaissance Hot Water Direct Radiator without Corner Pill.i 



This Radiator with Comer Pillars is shown by Fig. 71. 



FORTY AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIG-H. TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 



STANDARD OK ENLARGED LOOPS. 1 






SXAXDAIID. 


j ENI.ARGEO. 


LIST OF It.VDL\TORS BUILT ON THE 
FOLLOWING SIZE B.\SES. 






Each Loop Represents 31^ Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 4 Feet of 


Width of Base, ll'i inches. 




Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 






List Price. 


List Prick. 


Shai>e Kumber 


Length 


Feet 


With Iron Top 


Feet With Iron Top 


of of 


of 


of Heating 


or arranged for 


of Heating or arranged for 


Radiator. , Loops. i 


Radiator. 


Surface. 


Marble Top. 


Surface. Marble Top. 


2X5 lO 


21 1,' 


35 


|57 25 


40 |6o 75 


2X7 M 


,27 Ji' 


49 


74 00 


56 79 o*J 


2X9 l8 


34 '4- 


63 


90 75 


72 97 00 


2 X ir 22 


41 


-7 


107 50 


8S 11"; 2:; 


2 X 13 2f' 


47^8* 


91 


124 25 


104 133 25 


2 X 15 3<> 


53-8 


105 


141 OiJ 


120 151 50 





THIRTY-FOUR INCHES HIGH. 


TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 




LIST OF R.\DIATORS BUILT ON THE 


Each LooD Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents SU, Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE B.\SES. 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Width of Base, 11^4 inches. | 


List Price. 


List Prick. 


2 X 5 


10 


21I./ 


30 


l54 25 


35 i I5S 25 


2X7 


14 


27 's' 


42 


69 75 ; 


49 


75 50 


2 X 9 


iS 


34^4- 


54 


85 25 


63 


92 75 


2 X II 


22 


41' 


66 


loi 00 


77 


109 75 


2 X 13 26 


47^'8' 


-s 


116 50 


91 127 00 


2 X 15 30 


53 '3 


QO 


132 00 


105 1 144 25 



TWENTY-SEVEN AND ONE-HALF INCHES HIGH. 


TWO ROWS OF LOOPS. 


LIST OF K.\DI.iTORS BUILT ON THE , Each Loop Represents eu; Feet of 




Each Loop Represents if Feet of 


FOLLOWING SIZE B.\SES. Healliisr Surface. 




Healing Surface. 


Width of Base, I134 inches. | List Price. 




List Price. 


2 X 5 


10 ' 2ll.i' 


25 


$52 CX) 




28 13' 


$56 00 


2 X 7 


14 27 Js' 


35 


68 00 




39°3 


72 25 


2X9 


18 3414' 


45 


83 00 




51 


88 50 


2 X II 


22 ' 41' 


55 


98 25 




62;^ 


105 00 


2 X 13 


26 4733" 


65 


113 25 




73S' 


121 25 


2 X 15 30 SS's' !' 75 


12S 25 




85 


137 50 



-AH Regular Goods Tapped !■+' x 1,'+' "Right Hand.'"** 

87 



i^eRIFPINfilWNCfl 



BUNDY> 



^uady Standard Qteam aud^^iotAL^er J^ foep. 




^ 



Fig. 17. 

Fig. 17 represents the top and bottom, full size, of the Bundy Standard Steatn and Plot Water Radiator Loop. 
For cross section view see Fig. 18. 

68 






BUNDY^ 



^ T 




Fig. 18. 

Fig. 18 represents a full size cross-section of the Bundj Standard Steam and Hot Water Eadiator Loop. Every 
12 inches of lineal length represents one square foot of heating surface, full measurement. All Bundy Steam 
Radiators have one-half square foot of heating surface per loop in the base, and all Bundy Hot Water Radiators have 
the same amount of heating surface in both base and upper circulating chamber, making one square foot per loop. 



'T^uTidyPnlargedQteam ^ JiTot^^^ 




Fig. 19 J represents a full size cross-section of the Bundy Enlarged Steam and Hot Water Radiator Loop. This 
Loop has 30 per cent, more surface than the Standard Loop. (See cut and description above.) 

69 



BUNDY- 



j^undi] ^2^t'd Qurface Qteam andJ^l^^J/aterJJ foop. 




Fig. 19. 

Fia. 19 represents the top aud bottom, full size of n loop of tJic IJiiiuly E.xtcndeil Surface Steam aud Hot Water 
Radiator Loop. (For cross-section view see Fig. 19|.) 

70 



BUNDY' 



j^undi] P2^terLdeclQurf ace Q team ^j/ot^^^ 




Fig. 19f. 

Fi«. 19f represents a cross-section, full size, of the Biindy Exteiidud Surface Steam and Hot Water Radiator 
Loop. This Loop has the same amount of surface as the enlarged Loop (see Fig. 19^), or 30 per cent more than is 
contained in the Standard Loop. 

^unclii ^t'clQ^urface Q^team of Js^t^^j^^er^pirectJ^diato 




Fig. 16. 

Fig. 16 represents the Bundy Extended Surface Loop Steam and Hot Water Radiator, which is furnished in all 
heights and sizes the same as the Standard or Enlarged Loop. 

71 



THxnp. BUNDY- 
j^undyQleamf j/ot AJ/ater ^Mirectj^adiator YfeasurerrierLts, 





Fid. 30. 




Fig. 31, 




Fig. 32. 



ri(;s. 3'J, 30, 31 and 32 represent end views of the Buudy One, Two, 
Three and Four Row Steam and Hot Water ])irect Kadiators. The uniform 
tapping of the Bundy Kadiator is a great advantage as it allows the fitter 
to run his pipes before receiving the Uadiators, thus saving much time, as 
well as enabling him to complete his contracts ])romptly, and make quick 
returns for his goods, and secure the advantages to be obtained in this 
way. In addition to the above, all Bundy Hot Water Radiators may be 
tapped for feed pipe in the upper circulating chamber, and are made in 
One, Two and Throe Rows of Loops. 



Fig. 29. 



72 








THj.UK BUNDY' 



^undy Qteam and J^t ^\iJdXzr ^irzzt J^adiator QTp. 




Fig. 33. 



Fig. 33 represents the Bandy Steam aud Hot Water Direct Kadiator Top, called the "Daisy" pattern. It is 
strong and durable, and the number of daisies represent the number of loops in the Kadiator. This fret work top can 
be quickly removed from the Bundy Radiator and a marble top used instead, an advantage that is highly appreciated 
by users of these goods. 



sETctiojfoF'FUu. size: optiii^e 

INfpASEf OF' 

^LfNOVRADJATOI^ 



Fig. 34. 



iTiG. 34 needs no explanation. A comjmrison of the opening in the base of the Bundy Eadiator with that of any 
other will show an overwhelming advantage in the Bundy. 

73 



BUNDY- 



^undy QliompsoR Qteam and J^t^^\j(^er £l)irectj^iater. 




Fig. 20. 

Flii. 20 represeuts the Biindy Thompson Steam and Hot Water Direct Radiator, wiiich is patented June 27, 1876. 
Like the Biindy Radiator Loop, each one is screwed separately into the base, and represents the same amount of sur- 
face as the regular Bundy .Standard Loop. Is made in only the standard heights. 




Fia 22. 
Fig. 22 represents a cross section of the Bundy Tliompson Steam and Hot Water Direct Radiator Loop. It dillers 
from the Bundy Standard Loop in having the two lobes or bairols connected for their entire length, instead of at the 

ends only, 

PRICES QUOTED ON APPLICATION. 

74 






^^^BUNDY-- ^ 



^undij -jhsmpscrc Q^tearn arid J^t Y^ater JJ^diator (oop 




Fis. 21. 
Fig. 21 represents the Top and Bottom, full size, of the Bundy Thompson Steam and Hot Water Radiator Loop. 

75 



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^spg^ pg^>//y/?rRADi/<va^S^^^^^^^ 



A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE 

Bundy Elite, Bundy Pyro and Bundy Pyro Wall Radiators. 



THE B UNDY ELIT E RADIATOR 

(see Figs. 53 and 53), is a three-pipe construction ; in other words each section has three 
barrels or tubes (patented July 3d, 1877), whereby the circulation is continually in a forward 
direction, up the central and down the two outside tubes. There is never any conflict as to 
which pipe will take the ascending and which the descending current as is the case in most 
sectional Radiators, as the central pipe being more direct, takes the steam first every time 
Such a Radiator cannot possibly air-bind or water-pocket. Each section has an individual 
circulation, and will circulate even after the valves are closed. 

THE PARABOL IC CONCAT E SURFACE 

(Patented Sept. 10th. 1889), in the Elite Radiator allows more air to come in contact with the 
surface than with any other Sectional Radiator on the market. The result of this in increas- 
ing the efficiency of the Elite Radiator is not necessary to dwell upon with any practical man. 
All sections are duplicate and leg arches interchangeable and detachable (patented 
April 30th, 1889), and so it is an easy matter to add or subtract sections should it become 
desirable to increase or diminish the heating surface of any Radiator. 

IN DESIGN 



the Elite is pure Arabesque, of Moorish Architecture, and nothing can be more beautiful for 
a Radiator. Do not make the mistake of buying a Radiator having a design, pretty enough 
perhaps when new, but one you will Ijecome heartily sick of before you have had it a month. 
The Elite Radiator design you will never tire of. 

THE HEIGHTS 

in which the Elite Radiator can be had are regular 24", 30", and 3ry', but by using legs 1" and 
2" higher and lower this radiator can be furnished in the following heights : 22", 23", 24", 
85", 26", 28", 29", 30", 31", 32", 34", 35", 36", 37" and 38". For cuts and list prices see pages 
78 and 79 

THE PYRO AND PYRO WALL RADIATORS 

are dascribed m very much the same language as is the Elite above, the only difference 
being in the design and in the fact that the sections are larger, the Radiator taking less 
space in length but greater in depth. For cuts and list prices see pages 80, 81, 82 and 83. 

76 




^NDT- ELITE 'MMTQE 




MANUFACTURED BY 



© fl. fl. Qkifhnq Iron Co. 




General Office and Works: 



^ Q-. 



^ 



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430 ConnuNiFAiw /Iye., 






JERSEY CITY, N. J, 



MEW YORK CITY, N.Y.. 

106 LIBERTY STREET. 



CHICflQO. ILL., 

130 bEflRBORN STREET. 



FHILflbELFHIfl, Ffl., 
18-24 SOUTH 7TH STREET. 



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Please desisnate iu )i«ur spe.iflratiiius or contract for heating as A. A. (irilHnz Iron Co.'s Bundy Elite Radiator 



UCRIfFIWfilMNCIl ^ 

Cf^ JERSEY Gi"nr.N-j. "y^ci« 




TRADK BUNDY""" 

A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE 

BUNDY TRIUMPH AND BUNDY DEFIANCE RADIATORS. 



THE BUNDY TKIUMPH EADIATOR 



is in general form like the Elite as it is a three-pipe construction, but it is a plain 
Eadiator and has a fret-work top. 

THE SPECIAL PAKABOLIC CTJRVE 



(concave) is used in both Eadiators and it very naturally enhances their efficiency. 
Ninety square feet, and often times less of Triumph and Elite Radiation will do as 
much work as one hundred feet of other sectional radiation, and when one considers 
that this means a saving of fuel and attention in proportion to the saving in surface 
it is very strong argument why the Elite and Triumph Eadiators should be used. 

THE DETACHABLE AND OTERCHANGEABLE ECCEJiTBlC TAPPED BUSHIKG 

used in the Elite, Triumph and Defiance Radiators, as well as Climax and Perfect In- 
direct, allows all the waters of condensation to pass quickly from the Eadiator on gravity 
action. This keeps the surface dry and in the veiy best condition for greatest efficiency, 
and should it be desirable to change the size of the piping connecting the Eadiator, the 
bushing can easily be removed and another one used in its place. 

THE BUNDY DEFIANCE RADIATOR 

(see pages 86 and 87), is designed particularly for use where it is desirable to get in a 
low Eadiator a maximum of surface in a minimum space occupied by the Eadiator. 
It presents a neat appearance when set under a window surmounted by a handsome 
marble top or when placed in a recess in the wall. Sometimes it is placed behind 
screens with liberal sized openings through which the air passes into the rooms, and the 
screens are then decorated in keeping with the room. We know of a library where 
the screen is painted to represent the backs of books and the effect is very fine. 

FOR CUTS AND LIST PRICES SEE PACES 86 AND 87. 

77 



^AA.GRIFFING-|RON"CO~ 



ELITE 



^undy piile Qteam £[)irecl J^diator 




Fia. 52. 

Flo. 52, represents the Bunily Elite Steam Radiator. For deBrrlption see preceding page. 

THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



Width of Legs. 


S14 inches ; Sections 


. 8 inches. Each Se 


tion represen's ."jl.j f 


et of Heating Surface. List Pkice. Per foot, rej^cents. 


Per Section, »3.99. 


Number i.f 


Length of 


I'Vel of 


With 


Number of 


Length of 
Radiator. 


Feet of 


W ith 


Sections. 


Radiator. 


Heating Surface. 


Detachable Legs. 


Sections. 


ITeatine Surface 


Delactiable Legs. 


3 


11- 


KH 


$11 96 


17 


53' 


9^ 


J67 79 


4 


14- 


22 


15 95 


18 


56" 


99 


71 78 


S 


17" 


27^^ 


19 94 


19 


59- 


IMH 


75 76 


6 


90- 


33 


23 93 


20 


68- 


no 


79 75 


7 


ay 


3!>% 


27 91 


21 


65- 


1I5H 


83 74 


8 


26- 


44 


31 90 


22 


08- 


121 


87 73 


3 


29* 


4;tu 


35 89 


23 


~V 


]-26,U 


91 71 


10 


32- 


55 


39 88 


24 


74- 


132 


95 70 


11 


35- 


cow 


43 8G 


25 




137!^ 


99 C9 


12 


38- 


w 


47 a5 


28 


80" 


143 


103 G8 


1.3 


41- 


71K 


.M 84 


27 


83- 


148)4 


107 CO 


14 


44- 




S.') R3 


28 


86- 


154 


111 C5 


15 


47- 


Hi'A 


m Kl 


2!1 


89- 


159H 


115 V4 


1« 


0- 


w 


63 H1 


30 


92- 


ira 


1 19 C2 







THIRTY INCHES HIGH. 






Width of Legs, 8!^ inches ; Sections 


8 inches. Kach Se 


tion represents 4% feet of Heating Surface. List Pricb. Per foot, 82^ cents. 


Per S.«ion, $3.85. 


3 11- 


1» 


$11 55 


17 


53- 


79K 


$65 45 


4 14- 


l.S=^ 


15 40 


18 


56- 


84 


69 30 


5 17- 


23 Vi 


19 25 


19 


59- 


ss.s 


73 15 


6 20- 


28 


23 10 


20 


02- 


93H 


77 00 


7 23- 


32% 


2C 95 


21 


OS- 


98 


80 85 


8 26- 


37H 


.30 80 


22 


es- 


102«i 


81 70 


9 29- 


42 


.34 05 


23 


71- 


107,S 


88 55 


10 82- 


4BS 


38 50 


24 


74- 


112 


92 40 


11 35- 


51H 


42 35 


25 


TT 


UOK 


96 2S 


12 38- 


56 


46 20 


36 


W 


Kl'i 


100 10 


13 41- 


6ns' 


50 05 


87 


es- 


126 


103 95 


14 44- 


65H 


S3 90 


28 


se- 


130S' 


107 80 


15 47- 


70 


57 75 


2fl 


89- 


1.35 "3 


111 6S 


16 50' 


74S 


61 00 


30 


oa- 


140 


1 IS .vt 



TWENTY-FOUR INCHES HIGH. 



Width of Legs, S^ inches ; Sectiooa 


, 8 inches. Each Section represents 3^ feet of Heating Surface. 


List Pbice. Per foot, 97^ cents. Per Section, $3.6'. ' 




11- 


IIM 


$10 97 


17 


53- 


^ 


$62 16 








14 63 


18 


56- 


65 81 




17- 


224 


. 18 28 


19 


59* 


71W 


69 47 




20' 


21 94 


20 


62- 


75 


73 13 




28- 


2C!4 


25 59 


21 


65- 


7m 

82^ 


76 78 




26- 


30 


29 25 


22 


68- 


80 44 




89- 


83?i 


32 91 


23 


71' 


86!4 


84 09 




88- 


41^ 


»6 56 


24 


74' 


90 


87 75 




85- 


40 22 


25 


77' 


9S»i 
97^ 


91 41 




88- 


4S 


43 8X 


21; 


80- 


95 06 




41- 


^ 


47 .Vi 


27 


88- 


101 14 


98 78 




«• 


51 19 


28 


86- 


105 


102 38 




4r 


5614 


54 84 


29 


86- 


nan 


106 03 




so- 


60 


.■>« .^o 


30 


92- 


109 69 



«-All Begnlar Goods Tapped 1' x ^' "Bight Hand."-W 

7« 



^undT^ Plite J^Tot *^\LQ;er J^aclialcr. 




Fig. B3. 

Fig. 63 represents the Bundy Elite Hot Water Radiator, whicli lias an Upper as well as a Lower Connecting Water Way 

THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



For description see second preceding page. 



Width of Legs, 


S',i Inclies ; Sections, 8 indies. Eacli Section reprcBents Si^ feet of Heating Siirt 


ace. List Pkicb. 


Per foot, 85 cents. Per Section, $4.68. 


Number of 


Length ut 


Feet of 


Willi 




Length of 


Feet of 


With 


SectionP, 


Rttdiatiir. 


l-ieating Sui-fare. 


Detachable Legs, 


Sections. 


Radiator. 


Heating Surface. 


Tiefnchable Legs. 


3 


11- 


16', 


$14 103 


17 


,53- 


93M 


$79 48 


4 


ir 


33 


18 70 


18 


,56' 


99 


84 15 


5 


17" 


27 ',4 


33 38 


19 


59- 


1045< 


88 83 


e 


80- 


33 


38 05 


SO 


62- 


110 


93 50 


t 


83- 


3S!i 


32 73 


81 


65- 


115^ 


98 18 


8 


86- 


41 


37 40 


22 


68" 


121 


102 85 




29- 


49i.< 


42 08 


23 


71- 


126"^ 


107 53 


:o 


32" 


5ri 


46 75 


24 


74" 


132 


112 80 


11 


35- 


60 « 


51 43 


85 


77" 


1375^ 


116 88 




38' 


06 


56 10 


26 


80" 


143 


131 65 


13 


41' 


71}^ 


6) 78 


87 


83" 


ii&'A 


136 33 


14 


44- 


77 


65 45 


28 


86" 


154 


130 90 


15 


47- 


88^ 


70 13 


29 


89" 


1595^ 


135 58 


16 


50* 


88 


74 80 


30 


92- 


165 


140 25 



THIRTY INCHES HIGH. 



Width of Legs, 8?^ inches ; Sections, 


8 inches. Each Section represents 4% 


feet of Heating Surface. List Price. 


Per foot, 97 H cents. 


Per Section, $4.55. 


3 


U" 


14 


$13 65 


17 


53' 


79}^ 


$77 35 




14- 


18-^ 


18 20 


18 


56" 


84^ 


81 90 




17" 


2V/, 


23 75 


19 


59- 


88?^ 


86 45 


6 


20" 


28 


27 .30 


20 


68' 


93M 


91 00 




23" 


32?^ 


31 85 


21 


65' 


98 


95 65 


8 


20' 


37^ 


.36 40 


22 


68" 


1085^ 


100 10 


y 


39- 


42 


40 95 


23 


71- 


107^ 


104 65 


10 


32" 


46M 


45 .50 


24 


74- 


118 


109 20 






51 K 


50 05 


25 


77" 


1165^ 


113 75 




38" 


56 


54 60 


26 


80- 


181}^ 


118 30 






na%i 


59 15 


27 


83" 


136 


123 85 




41" 


65H 


63 70 


28 


86" 


iWH 


127 40 






70 


68 25 


39 


89" 


135H 


131 95 






745^ 


72 HO 


30 


93' 


140 


K6 fO 







TWENTY-FOUR INCHES 


HIGH. 






Width of Legs, 


B'A inches ; Sectior 


•<. 8 inche". Eich Section represents 3% feet of Heating Surface. List Price. 


Per foot. $1.1814, 


PerlSection, $4.22. 


3 


11" 


il'A 


$12 66 


17 


53" 


63% 

67 ■! 


$71 72 


4 


14- 


1) 


16 88 


18 


56- 


75 94 


5 


17" 


ISM 

32.| 


21 09 


19 


59" 


71 "4 


80 16 


6 


20" 


25 31 


20 


62" 


75 


84 38 


7 


23" 


26^ 


39 53 


31 


65* 


m 


88 60 


8 


26" 


30 


33 75 


22 


68" 


92 81 


9 


29 


PI 


37 97 


23 


71' 


86H 


97 03 


10 


33" 


43 19 


24 


74' 


90 


101 25 


11 


35" 


41H 


46 41 


25 


77" 


^?l 


105 47 




38" 


45 


.50 63 


26 


80" 


109 69 


13 


41" 


4m 

53 ■? 


54 84 


37 


83" 


101^ 


113 91 


14 


44- 


59 06 


28 


86- 


105 


118 13 


15 


47" 


5014 


6i 28 


39 


89" 


108M 

1135? 


132 35 


16 


50" 


60 


or .511 


30 


93" 


126 56 



«-All Regular Goods Tapped lj<' x Ij^' " Right Hand.'"** 

79 








— BUNDY — 



'^-cindu ^yre Q^teaiTi£pireclJ^dialGr. 



' J ' 




The accOTnpanying cut represents the BuEdr Ptto Steam Direct Eadiator. It has an extremelTleantifnl drsign, haiinosionB and 
l ih i mi i n,. pttmoanced by many to be the handromest ever shown in connection with SeclioEal Eadiatcrs. All eections are duplicates, 
die end lictMoo being the same as the intermediates : leg arches aie detachable and interchanj^eable. iPat. April 30. 1^89.) and may be 
placed mider any section : a large portion of the surface is parabolic, incurving, >Pat. Sept, 30, 1?80,) being specially adapted to with- 
stand higfa presstiTe and insure free circulation of air against the entire surface of the Eadiator, and is supplied with the Bundy 
Eccentric Tapped Bashing, fPat. Feb. 12, 1S89.) thtis insuring a quick exit for all watereof condensation and noiseless, uniform circu- 
latioB thioagbont. as well as preventing a water pocket, water hammer and freezing of the Radiator when not in use in cold weather. 
This Radiator can be tised with excellent encceas on the One Pipe system. The distance from center of tapping to floor varies, the 
aT^age being 5 inches. 



THIRTY-EIGHT INCHES HIGH. 



WMlfi erf I>Fgs. U> isctes : Scctionii. 10 iaches. £aai Sectioa Tepnaeu\s 


Widii of Legs, 


■.1 inchee : Seciione. 10 inchw. E»ih SeciioD rtprefttile 




a teet d OemtSae Bmifmie. 






6 feet of Heating Surface. 












List Price. 






Per foot, Tteeala. Per Btt&m, t&M. 






Per foot. TO oenw. Per Section, $5 60. 




Tf ■■! 1 1 


LcwAaf 


Fc£t 


tnik 1 


y umber 


Leceth of 
Radiator 


Feet 


With 


•f 


«~"— 


orBcutag 


DeiackaHe 


of 


of Heating 


DetDCbable 


gBrtJg—L 


talMke^ 


Sorfice 


Leg*. 1 


Sections. 


in iDchee. 


Soiface. 


Lego 

$72 80 
78 40 - 


I 


'=K ' ^ 


feto 


13 


SoX 


104 


2 


9H l6 


II 20 


M 


54H 


112 


! 3 


J3ii 24 


16 So 


15 


5&}4 


120 


84 00 


4 


17 32 


22 40 


16 


62 


I2S 


89 60 


5 


a^ 40 


28 00 


17 


65^ 


136 


95 20 


6 


24H 4S 


33 t«o 


18 


69^^ 


144 


100 80 


7 


23M ;6 


39 20 


«9 


73)i 


152 


106 40 


8 


32 64 


44 80 


ao 


77 


160 


112 00 


9 


3SH 72 


50 40 


21 


8o?i 


168 


117 60 


lO 


39^1 80 


?6 00 


22 


84¥ 


J76 


123 20 


1 II 


43Ji 88 


61 60 


23 


88Ji 


184 


128 80 


12 


47 96 


6: 20 


24 


92 


192 


t34 40 



'AU Be^Ur Steam Goods Tapped I'XI,' "Bight IIaiid."^iii 



80 




^NDT 



*FTRO 



RflDWTOK 



MANUFACTURED BY 



^«5^ 



fl./l. QRirriNQ Iron Co. 

General Office and Works: 



430 QonnuNiF/iw /Iye., 



L ^ 



m^w 



^ 1 ^ 



JERSEY CITY, N. J, 



NEW YORK CITT. N.T.. QHICflQO, ILL., rHlLfiDELFHlfl, Ffl.. 

t06 LIBERTY STREET. 130 bE/lRPORN STREET. 18-24 SOVITH 7TM STREET. 



— } %—lr- 



Plrase desiffiiafe in voor speciflfations and rontraol for heatine as A. A. (iriffinir Iron Co.'s Bnndf Pjro Radiator. 



TKADE PYRO M-l^^i- 



^uTidi] J^uro y^ci \fIzzT £[)irect J^adiator 




F:3. 75. 



Fig. 75 represents the Bundy Pyro Hot Water Direct Radiator. It has an extremely beautiful df sign, hainionious and pleasirg 
pronounced by many to be the handsomest ever shown in connection with Sectional Radiators. All sections are duplicatt s, the end 
sections being the same as the intermediates ; leg arches are detachable and interchangeable, iPat. April 30, 1S89.) and may be placed 
under any section : a large portion of the surface is parabolic, incurring, iPat. Sept. 10, 1SS9.) being specially adapted to withstand 
high pressure and insure free circulation of air against the entire surface of the Radiator, and the amount of water contained in 
this Radiator is the minimum, thus rendering effective a large amount of Radiating Surface with light drain on the fire and small 
consumption of fuel. The distances from center of tapping to floor varies, being, if tapped 3^', i'Jg ; 1", 5' ; H^', 5%' ; li, , .ji^'. 



THIRTY-EIGHT INCHES HIGH. 



Width of Legs, 10 inches ; Seciione. 10 inches. Each Section representicg 
8 feet of Heating Surface. 

Per foot SO cents. Per Section, $6.40. 



Number 



Lenoth of 
Radiator 
in Inches. 



Feet 
of Heating 
Surface^ 



ERRATUM. 



The length of Pyro Hot Water Radia- 
tors should be the same as P>to Steam 
Radiators. For correct lengths see page 80. 



Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 



104 
112 
120 
128 
136 
144 
152 
160 
168 
176 
184 
19^ 



With 
Betacbable 

Legs. 



IS3 20 
89 60 
96 00 
102 40 
loS 80 
115 20 
121 60 
12S 00 
IS* 40 
140 80 
147 20 
i?^ 60 



and,"-^a 



A 



PYRO 



^undi] J^T^ro J£ct \flizr £[)irect J^iator. 




Fig. 75. 



Fig. To represents the Bundy Pyro Hot Water Direct Radiator. It has an extremely beautiful df sign, bainionious and pleasing 
pronounced by many to be the handsomest ever shown in connection with Sectional Radiators. All factions are duplicatts, the end 
sections being the same as the intermediates ; leg arches are detachable and interchangeable, (Pat. April 30, 1889,) and may be placed 
under any section ; a large portion of the surface is parabolic, incurving, (Pat. Sept. 10, 1889,) being specially adapted to withstand 
high pressure and insure free circulation of air against the entire surface of the Radiator, and the amount of water contained in 
this Radiator is the minimum, thus rendering effective a large amount of Radiating Surface with light drain on the fire and small 
consumption of fuel. The distances from center of tapping to floor varies, being, if tapped ^^", i'Jg ; 1", 5 ; 11^", 5%" ; li , ", 5J4". 



THIRTY-EIGHT INCHES HIGH. 



Width of Legs, 10 inches ; Sections. 10 inches. Each Section representing 

8 feet of Heating Surface. 

Li3T Price. 

Per foot, 80 cents. Per Section, $6.40. 


Width of Legs, 10 inches ; Sections. 10 inches. Each Section representing 

8 feet of Heatitg Surface. 

List Price. 

Per foot, 80 cents. Per Section, $6.40. 


Number 

of 
Sections. 


Length of 
Radiator 
in Inches. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With 

Detachable 

Legs. 


Number 

of 
Sections. 


Length of 
Radiator 
in Inches. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With 
Detachable 

Legs. 


I 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
II 
12 


9 

I2l.< 

16 " 

I9K 

23 

26} i 

30 

33K 

37 

40j< 

44 ' 


8 
16 
24 
32 
40 
48 
56 
64 
72 
80 
88 
96 


$640 
12 80 
19 20 

25 60 
32 00 
38 40 
44 So 
51 20 
57 60 
64 00 
70 40 
76 80 


13 
14 

15 
16 
17 
18 

19 
20 

21 
22 

23 
24 


47 'i 

51 

54K 

58 

61 }| 

65 

6SK 

72 

79 
82 1< 

86 " 


104 
112 
120 
128 
. 136 
144 
152 
160 
168 
176 
184 
192 


I83 20 
89 60 
96 00 
102 40 
108 80 
115 20 
121 60 
128 00 
134 40 
140 80 
147 20 
153 60 



BS^-All Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped IW'xlH" "Riglit Hand.'''-©a 

8d 



lAAGRIFFINGIRONCO 



TRADE PYRO MARK- 



^undy J^yre^^j^/Tu^team £[)irect J^iator. 




9MK0 ^^l^v: 



Fig. 76. 

Fig. 76 represents the Bundv Pyro Wall Steam Direct Radiator which undoubtedly is the narrowest Radiator in the world, being but 3 
wide, from back to front. It occupies scarcely more space than a wall coil of inch pipe, and is by far more efficient, being perpendicular 
instead of horizontal surface, and so fleeing itself of water of condensation much more quickly, is more durable for it is a well ksown fact that 
wrought iron rusts out more quickly than cast, especially in coils; and is certainly cheaper when the lime consumed in building up coils is 
taken into consideration, and there are many more joints in coils and hence great liability to leaks. 

The Pyro Wall has a handsome design and is just the thing for heating nanow halls and passage ways, and thousands of them have 
already been used for heating bath rooms where a single section is often times all that is lequiird, and ficm that up to ihiee or four sections. 

There are two sizes of legs furnished with this Radiator, one 5" in diameter and the other 5" in diameter with 1" cut off the rt ar pciticn 
so as to bring the Radiator closer to the wall, either of which is furnished without extia cost, but when parties wish the latter leg, so as to 
get the Radiator as close to the wall as possible, occupying less space even than a pipe coil, they should tj ecify, in ordering, this size, olhiiwise 
the 5' circular leg will be sent. 

Center of tapping is W from extreme edge of section and •'5" from floor, allowing liberal space under the Radiator for cleaning out. 



THIRTY-EIGHT INCHES HIGH. 



Widths of Lege, 5 and 3 iDches as above deacribed ; Seclionp, 3 inches. 


Each Section repre- 




sents 8 feet of Heating Surface. 






List Price. 






Per foot, 72% cents. Per Section, $5.80. 




Number 


•Length of 


Feet 


Wlth 


of 


Radiator In 


of Heating 


Detachable 


Sections. 


Inches. 


Surface. 


Legs. 


I 


iiH 


8 


$5 80 


2 


21K 


16 


II 60 


3 


31?^ 


24 


17 40 


4 


42 


32 


23 20 


5 


52K 


40 


29 00 


6 


62^ 


48 


34 80 


7 


72M 


56 


40 60 


8 


83 


64 


46 40 


9 


9314 


72 


!;2 20 


10 


io33-a 


80 


58 00 



JS^All Regular Steam Goods Tapped 1" x M" " Right Hand. 

*Wlieii lapped 1J\ deduct 1" from total length of Radiator. 



82 



^^ 



saB^NDT^ 




'^j>. 



RflbIflT2K 




MANUFACTURED BY 



G'^^/c: 



fl. (\, QmrriNQ Iron Qo. a 



sX, 



General Office and Works; 






430 QonnuNiP/iw /Iye., 



JERSEY QITT, N. J. 



NEW TORK OTT. N.T., 

J06 LIBERTY STREET- 



CHIQflQO, ILL., FHILflDELrHW, F/l., 

130 bE/IRBORN STREET. 1 8-24 SOUTH 7TH STREET. 



PIea*te desisiinte in your specifications and contract for lieatins: as A. A. Griffing Iron Co.'s Bundy l*yro Wall Radiator 




AAGRIFFIM IRON CO ^ 

(l JERSEY CITY.NJ. Vu.«^ 



TRIUMPH 



^juudi] MriumpK Q^tcani ^Jji^^ct |-?adiator. 




Fig. 47. 

Fig. 47 represents the Bundy Triumph Steam Direct Radiator, which is made with a top, and is similar in form to 
the Bundy Elite Kadialor, having three pipes with a circulation up the central and do\\n the two outside pipfs. It 
cannot water pocket or air bind, and the sections being parabolic, (concave or incurving), a more active circulation of 
air is induced and greater efficiency secured. 

The sections are connected by 3"-nipples, cut from extra heavy oil well tubing, which gives nearly 50 per cent, 
larger openings tlian is found in most other radiators, as they are usually connected by l^"-nipples and these are cut 
from ordinary steam pipe, which is about one-half as strong as extra heavy oil well tubing. 

Center of tapping 4-J" from extreme edge of legs and 4f " from floor. 



THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



Width of Legs, 8i/, inches ; Sections, 8 inches. Each Sei^tiou represents 
51^ feet of Heating Surface. 

List Price. 
Per foot, CTK cents. Per Section. $3.71. 


Width of Legs, 814 inches ; Sections, 8 inches. Each Section represeets 
514 feet of Heating Surface. 

List Price. 
Per foot, 67^^ cents. I'er Section, 83.71. 


Number 

of 
Sections. 


Length i Feet 1 With 

of Radiator. of Heating. i Legs and Iron 

Inches. 1 Surface. 1 Tops. 


Number 

of 
Sections. 


Length 

of Radiator. 

Inches. 


Feet 

of Heating 

Surface. 


With 

Legs and Iron 

Tops. 


3 
4 

5 

6 

8 
9 

;o 
11 

12 
13 

1^ 
16 


11 
14 
IT 
20 
23 
28 
29 
32 
35 
38 
41 
14 
47 
50 


i?3^ 
2714 
33 

If" 

M 

82K. 
88 


811 14 

14 85 

15 50 
22 28 
25 99 
29 70 
33 41 
37 13 
40 84 
+4 55 
48 21) 
51 9S 
55 09 
59 40 


17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

23 
S4 
25 
2G 
27 
28 
29 
30 


53 
56 
59 
02 
05 
08 
71 
74 
77 
80 
83 
86 
89 
92 


^9^ 

17" 

11514 

121 

1201^ 

132 

137,U 

143 

um 

154 

1.59H 

165 


$63 11 
66 83 
70 54 
74 25 
77 90 
81 68 
85 39 
89 10 
92 81 
96 .53 
100 24 
103 95 
107 60 
111 38 



All Reifalar Steam Ooods Tapped l'X%', " Right Hand. 

84 



TRIUMPH «^>"' 



P)uadij Q^umpK j£ot ^J/ater^^ 




Fig. 48. 

Fi(i. 48 represents the Bundy Triumph Hot Water Direct Radiator of whicli all section.s are duplicates and legs are 
removable and interchangeable. There is an ujDper connecting water way, as well as the connection at the bottom, and 
it is impossible for an an air ^oocket to occur in this Radiator. In has the parabolic (concave or incurving) feature 
found also in the Bundy Elite Radiator, whereby greater efficiency is secured, in fact this advantage alone gives this 
type of Radiator from 10 to 15 per cent greater radiating power. 

The circulation is positive and uniform, up the central and down the two out.side tubes, which being always in a 
forward direction, there is less friction to overcome in this than any other type of Radiator, all of which advantages 
are alike possessed by the Bundy Elite, Bundy Pyro, and Bundy Pyro Wall Radiator. 

Center of tajiping is -i^" from extreme edge of legs and 4f" from floor. 



THIRTY-SIX INCHES HIGH. 



Widtli of Legs, 8!^ inches ; S.;ction8, 8 inches. Eacli Sect 


[01 represents j]4 


Width of Legs, 


S'.j inclies ; Sections, 8 inclms. Each S 


cctlou represents 




feet of Heating Surface. 






5]4 feet of Heating Surface. 






Li.sT Price. 






List Price. 






Per foot, 80 cents. Per Section, $4.40. 






Per foot, 80 cents. Per Section, $4.40 




Number 


Length of 


Feet 


With 


Number 


Length of 


Feet 


With 


of 


Ridiator. 


of Heating 


Lege and Iron 


of 


itadiator. 


of Heating 


Legs and Iron 


Sections. 


Indies. 


Surface. 


Tops. 


Sections. 


Inches. 


Surface. 


Tops. 


3 


11 


16!^ 


$13 20 


17 


53 


93!^ 


$74 811 


4 


14 


22 


17 60 


18 


56 


99 


79 30 


a 


17 


27^ 


22 00 


13 


5'J 


104^ 


83 60 


B 


20 


33 


2fi 40 


20 


6-3 


110 


88 00 


7 


23 


38!4 


30 80 


21 


65 


11554 


92 40 


8 


26 


44 


35 20 


22 


08 


131 


90 80 


9 


29 


49H 


39 60 


23 


71 


1361^ 


101 20 


10 


32 


55 


44 00 


24 


74 


132 


105 60 


n 


35 


60^^ 


48 40 


25 


77 


1-37^ 


110 00 


12 


38 


66 


52 80 


26 


80 


14.3 


111 40 


1:1 


41 


7ihi 


57 20 


27 


83 


148 v.; 


IH 80 


14 


44 




61 60 


28 


86 


154 


133 30 


15 


47 ' 83J4 


66 00 


29 


89 


1.591/, 


127 60 


le 


50 88 


70 40 


30 


92 165 


132 no 



I^All Kegular Hot Water Goods Tapped l}4" x IM " Right Haud.""©a 



85 




MGRIFFINGIRONCO" 

P, JERSEY CITY. N.J V" 



s^WJwrRAoiwo^^^ 




THADK DEFIANCE «*■"-- 



^undy ^efiance Qteam^irect 



■>i|l|;« liJliiljIJllllillilSlgf^ 



„..i:!!;l!!!:™l::l"«S! 



l-?adiatGr. 




Fig. 83. 

Fig. 83 represents the Biindy Defiance Steam Direct Radiator, which is specially designed to go under windows, 
in recesses, or in any place where it is desirable to get as much surface in a limited space as possible and still use a low 
Radiator. The sections are 13' and 18" high respectively, and Radiators can be made of varying heights from 14' to 
23^" by the use of detachable legs which are furnished with them without extra charge. Can be tapjjed any size at top 
or bottom. Cast iron tops can be furnished with most of the sizes but they are extra. Marble tops are usually used. 



19", 19>^'. 20', 201^", 31", 211^", 23", 22i£, 23' and 23i," high. 




14", 141^", 15", 15I2". 16", 161^", 17', 171^, 18" and ISi^" high. 


Width of Sections, 11 incheB. 


Width of Sections, 11 inches. 




Width of Sections, 8 inches. 


Width of Sections, 8 inches. 


Each Section represents 7 feet of Heat- 


Each Section represents 7 feet of Heat- 


Bach Section represents 4 feet 


of Heat- 


Each Section repreeents 4 feet of Heat- 


ing Surface. 


ing Surface. 


ing Surface. 




ing Surface. 


LIST PBIOE. 


LIST PRICK. 


LIST PRICE. 




LIST PRICE. 


Per Foot, 90 cents. Per Section, $6.30. 


Per Foot, 90 cents. Per Section, $6.30. 




Per Foot, $1.05. Per Section 


$4.20. 


Per Foot, $1.06. Per Section, $4.20. 




size 
of 


"^Sf Feet of With 


No. 


Size 
of 


Length 


Feet of 


With 




Size 
of 


Length 




With 


.Vo. 


Size 


Length 




With 




Sectiona. 




of 


Sections. 




Heat- 


Detach- 




of 


Sections. 


Heat- 


Detach- 


of 






Heat^ 


Detach- 








Seo- 






ing 


able 




Sec- 








able 


Sec- 








able 


lions. 


D'th. H'Kt. 


Inches- 


Surface. Legs. 


tions. 


D'th. H'ift. 


Inches. 


Surface. 


Legs. 




tions. 


D'th. H'gt 


Inches. 


Surface. 


Legs. 


14 


D'th. H'gt. 


Inches. 


Surface. 


Legs. 


2 


ii'XiS' 


8 


14 


$1260 


14 


irxi8" 


56 


98 


f88.20 




2 


8"XI3" 


8 


8 


I8.4O 


8"XI3" 


56 


56 


I58.80 


■» 


n'XiS" 


12 


21 


18.90 


15 


ii'XiS" 


60 


105 


94.50 




3 


8"Xi3" 


12 


12 


12.60 


15 


8"XI3" 


60 


60 


63.00 


4 


ii'XiS' 


i6 


28 


25.20 


16 


ii'XiS' 


64 


112 


100.80 




4 


8"Xi3' 


16 


16 


16-80 


16 


8"Xi3' 


64 


64 


67.20 


5 


ii'XiS" 


20 


35 


31 50 


17 


ii'XiS" 


68 


119 


107.10 




5 


8"XI3" 


20 


20 


21.00 


17 


8"XI3" 


68 


68 


71.40 


6 


n'XiS' 


24 


42 


37.80 


18 


ii"Xi8" 


72 


126 


113.40 


6 


8"XI3' 


24 


24 


25.20 


18 


8"Xi3' 


72 


72 


75.60 


7 


ii'XiS* 


28 


49 


44.10 


19 


ii'XiS" 


76 


133 


119.70 


7 


8"XI3" 


28 


28 


29.40 


19 


8"Xi3' 


76 


76 


79.80 


8 


ii'XiS' 


32 


5b 


50 40 


20 


ii'XiS' 


80 


140 


126.00 


8 


8"Xi3" 


32 


32 


33.60 


20 


8"Xi3" 


80 


80 


84.00 


<) 


n'XiS' 


.36 


63 


56.70 


21 


ii'XiS" 


84 


147 


132-30 


'^ 


8"Xi3" 


36 


36 


37-80 


21 


8"Xi3" 


84 


84 


88.20 


lO 


ii'XiS 


40 


70 


63.00 


22 


n'XiS" 


88 


154 


138.60 


10 


8"XI3' 


40 


40 


42.00 


22 


8"XI3" 


88 


88 


92.40 


II 


nXiS 


44 


77 


69.30 


23 


ii'XiS" 


92 


161 


144-90 


II 


8"XI3" 


44 


44 


46.20 


23 


8"XI3" 


92 


92 


96.60 


12 Il'XlS 


4» 


84 


75.60 


24 


ii"Xi8" 


96 


i68 


151.20 


12 


8"Xi3" 


48 


48 


50.40 


24 


8"Xi3" 


96 


96 


100.80 


13 n'XiS' 


52 


91 1 81.90 1 


25 


iTXiS" 


100 


175 


157-50 




13 


8"XI3" 


52 


52 


54.60 


25 


8"Xi3" 


100 


100 


105.00 


• The Dcllancc Radiator Sections are 18' high, and are furnished, without 


• The Defiance Radiator 


Hectious are 13' high, and are furnished, without 


extra charge, with detachable and interclian^eable legs varying in height by 


extra cliarge, with detachabi 


J and interchangeable legs varying in height by 


half inches from 1' to 5^' high, and so build Radiators of the following 


: half inches from 1' to 5!^', 


high, and so build Radiators of tile following 


heights ■ -19-, 19^', 20" 20^-. 2r, il'A; 2-2-, iii^-, 33' and aaj^i'. 


heights :— 14', U%-. IS", l.')^. 


j', 16-, ICJ^', 17'. nji', 18' and 18H'- 


When no height Is mentioned, Ki<Jiatora 22' high will be furnished. 


When no height is mention 


d. Radiators 17* high wUI be fnrnisbed. 



pr* AH BeKular St«am Goodtt Tapped VxX"> "Right Hand." _^ 

86 



- DEFIANCE *- 




^uudy £[)2fiar.c2 J^ot ^^^^^r ^irect^^^^diator. 




Fig. 8-1 represents the Bundy Defiance Hot Water Direct Radiator, which is specially designed to go under windows, 
in recesses, or in any place where it is desirable to get as much surface in a limited space as possible and still use a low 
Radiator. The sections are 13' and IS' high respectively, and Radiators can be made of varyiug heights from 14' to 
23^' by the use of detachable legs which are furnished with them without extra charge. Can be tapped any size at top 
or bottom. Cf^t iron tops can be furnished with most of the sizes but they are extra. Marble tops are usually used. 



19', 191^", SO", 201^', 21', Sljr, 32' 


22K', 33' and iZli' 


high. 


Width of Sectjons, 11 inches. 


1 


Width of Sections, 11 inches. 


Each Section represents 7 feet of Heat- 


[ Each Section represents T feet of Heat ■ | 


ing Surface. 




ing Surface. 




LIST PBICB. 


1 


LIST PEIC«. 




Per Foot, 9<14 cents. Per Section. $6.83. 


Iper Foot, 97)^ cents. Per Section, $6.83 1 


No. ®if i'^Sf" r«*tof' With 


Ko. 


^f '^'' Feet of 


With 


of S«^oiu. Radii- Heat- Detacha- 


of 




Detacha- 








K.r "« 




""■^D-th.H-ft. Inches. ^"'^• 


Legs. 


oons 


D'th. H-et. iDches. ^""^"^ 


Legs. 


2 Il'XiS' 


s 


14 


«i3.65 


14 


ii'XiS' 56 98 


$95-55 


3 


n XiS- 


12 


21 


20.48 


15 


Il'Xl8' 


60 , 105 


102.38 


4 


ll'XiS- 


i6 


28 


27.30 


16 


ii'XiS' 


64 


112 


109.20 


S 


ii'XiS' 


20 


35 


34-13 


17 


ii'XiS' 


68 


119 


116.03 


6 


li'XiS' 


24 


42 


40.95 


18 


ii'XiS" 


72 


126 


122.85 


7 


li'XiS- 


28 


49 


47.78 


IQ 


n'XiS' 


76 


133 


129.68 


8 


n'XiS- 


32 


56 


54.60 


20 


II X18' 


80 


140 


136.50 


q 


n'XiS' 


3t> 


63 


61.43 


21 


ii'Xi8' 


84 


147 


143-33 


10 


ii'XiS' 


4° 


70 


68.25 


22 


ii'Xi8' 


88 


154 


150.15 


II 


ii'XiS' 


44 


77 


75.08 


23 


ii"Xi8' 


92 


161 


156.98 


12 


li'XiS' 


4a 


84 


81.90 


24 


ii'Xi8' 


96 168 


163.80 


13 


ii'XiS' 


52 


91 


S3. 73 


25 


II XiS 100 175 


170.07 


• The Defiance Radiator Sections are 18' high, and are furnished. 


without 


extra charge, with detachable and interchangeable legs varying in height by 


half inches from 1' to 5>^' high, and so baild Radiators of the following 


heights :— 19-, 19^^-, 20% ao!^-, 21', ilU'. M-. 


■i;i«-. 33- and -TS^' . 




When no height is mentione<l, Kidiators 


if high will be furnished. 





14', 14L^', 15', lojr, 16'. 16J^', 17'. 171^'. 18" and 18i^' 


high. 


width of Sections. S inches. 1 Width of Sections. 8 inches. | 


Each Section represents 4 feet of Heat- 


Each Section represents 4 feet of Heat- | 


ing Surface. 


ing Surface. 




LIST PRICK. 


LIST PRICE. 




Per Foot, $1.15. Per Section, $4.60. 


Per Foot, $1.15. Per Sction, $4.60. 1 


So. SiM Len^ ^^^^^ ^^^ 


so. 1 ^ ^Sr' Feet of 


With 


of Sections. Radia- Heat- Detacha- 




Detacha- 








""--D-.h.H-k Incites. ^°^^- ^• 


^"-^ Dth. H-*gt. to^« *^'=*- 


Legs. 


2 S'XI3' 8 1 8 $9.20 


14 |8'X13' 56 56 


$64.40 


3 8X13' 12 12 13.80 I5I8'XI3' 60 1 60 


69.00 


4 S'XI3' 16 16 18.40 , i6 S'XI3 64 


64 


73.60 


5 8 Xi3' 20 20 i 23.00 17 8'XI3 68 


68 


78.20 


6 S'Xi3' 24 24 1 27.60 


18 8'XI3' 72 


72 


S2.80 


7 8'XI3' 23 28 ( 32.20 


19 8'XI3' 76 


76 


87-40 


8 8'XI3' 32 32 1 36.80 


20 8'XI3' 80 


80 


92 00 


9 S X13 36 36 ! 41-40 


21 8'Xl3'i 84 


84 


96.60 


10 8 X13' 40 40 46.00 


22 8'XI3'! 88 


83 


101.20 


II 8 X13 44 44 50-60 


23 (S'XiS'l 92 


92 


10^. So 


12 S'XI3 48 48 55-20 


24 8'XI3 96 96 


H0.40 


13 S'Xi3 52 52 5980 , 25 3 X13' 100 100 


115.00 


• The Defiance Kidiator SecUons are IS' high, and are furnished. 


without 


extra charge, with detachable and interchangeable legs varying in he 


ght by 


half inches from 1' to 5^' high, and so build Radiators of the fo 


Uowing 


heishts :— W. UU-. Id*. ISH'. 16'. leV- I"'- 1^'. 18' and 18J^". 




When no height is mentioned. Radiators 17' high will be famished. 





l^AU Regular Hot Water Goods Tapped n^xl^', " Bight Hand.''.^ 

87 



PBADE DEFINACE "^H-^- 



^undy^efiance^aijA?/iRd^ Qteam and Jspt ^^\^^^er 

J-?adiator. 




SxEAM.'^Fia. 85. 



Hot Water, Fig. 86. 



Tiir; Binlv D;3in';3 Biy Window Radiator, a« its name clearly implies, is specially designed for use in bay windows. iilllioM;,'li ii can lir 
used in any place where an irrc;,'ular-shaped Radiator is wanted. It will fit an angular, circular or any shaped space and will (il tlio outside 
of cjrve a< w^ll a-s th? inside. A drawing or piper te.-nplct, showing exactly the shape of space to be fitted, is a great aid in (lie production 
of this special make of Radiator. 

A mirble top setting on the Radiator produces a very fine effect, and the large number of these Radiators now in use attest very strongly 
their many advantages. In the first place, the bay window is the worst exposure a room can have, and the placing of the Radiator at this 
piint of greatest chill secures a more uniform and positive heat at all times, and certainly saves considerable fuel owing to its location. Then 
again by placing the Radiator here, it avoids the use of space in other parts of the room that is of more value for other purposes. 

For dimensions and list prices, see next page. 



88 




AA.GRIFFING IRON CO 

r^x,>5^, JERSEY CITY.NJ >U.e*«, 




TRADB DEFIANCE MARK. 



^uridi] ^efiance ^ay^^U/mdov/ Qteam and j£ot^"^^^y^er 

J-?adiator. 

Tlio Bindy Defiance Biy Window Radiator, it is impossible to describe accurately as regards dimensions owing to the different forms in 
which it miy be furnished. Owinsr to the fact that the sections in any event mist be set with a wedge shaped space between them. 

The Bundy Defiance Biy Window Kidiator when setting in a circle has a wedge-shaped space between all sections, the size of which, of 
course varies with each circle, and so it is impossible to give a table of specific dimensions suited to all cases. Also in an angular bay window 
there is such a shaped space at each angle or change of direction, but as a guide in the use of this Radiator please bear in mind that the sec- 
tions are 4 thick, measuring from outside to outside of base, which includes a uniform space of i" between the front of all sections, whether 
at angles circles or straight. 

The sections, irrespective of legs, which are detachable and of varying height, varying from 1 " to .5i" inclusive of both, by i" in height, are 
13 and 18 high. ■ Radiators can be tapped any size, right or left hand, and at top or bottom connection for hot water. 

B'rel work east iron tops can be furnished when wanted, biit they cost extra, as do also marble tops, but the latter are usually used. 



FOR STEAM HEATING, FIG. 85. 



la", 1932'. 


2U-, au'o", a 


f, 3II3" 


2r, 


32,1 2. aS'andSaij" high. 


Width of Sections, 11 inchee. 




Width of Seciioue. H inches. 


Eiich Section represents 7 feet of Heat- 


Each Section represents 7 feet of Heat- 1 


iu 


g Surface- 

ST PRICE. 






ini; Surface. 

1 1ST PRICE. 


Per Foot, $1.1 


a. Per Section 


, .?7.80. 


Per Foot, $1.12, Per .Seciim, $7.80. 1 


N„ 


Size 

of 

Sec-cions. 


Len(;tb 




With 


.\o. 


■ Size 

ot 

Sections. 


Length 


Feet of 


With 


Sec- 


Radia- 


Heat- 


Detacha- 
ble 


of 
See- 


Railia- 
Iri"h4s. 


Heat- 


Detaclia- 
l)le 


tions. 
«2 


n'th, H't-t. 


Incbes. 


Surface. 


Legs. 


tions. 
14 


D'th. H'gt. 


Surface. 


I-.gs. 


Il'XiS' 


■ 8 


14 


I15 60 


Il'XiS' 


56 


93 {;i09 20 


3 


II Xi3 


12 


21 


23 40 


IS 


II X18 


60 


105 117 00 


4 


II XI8 


16 


2S 


31 20 


16 


ii"Xi8 


64 


112 124 8c 


S 


II XI8' 


20 


35 


39 00 


17 


ii'XiS 


68 


iig 


132 60 


6 


il'XiS" 


24 


42 


46 80 


18 


ii'XiS' 


72 


126 


140 40 


7 


II XI8" 


28 


49 


54 60 


19 


ri"Xi8 


7b 


133 


148 20 


8 


ii'XiS 


32 


S6 


62 40 


. 20 


ii"Xi8" 


80 


140 


156 00 


9 


II XiS 


-,6 


63 


70 20 1 


21 


iTXiS" 


84 


147 


163 So 


10 


ii'XiS 


40 


70 


78 00; 


22 


ii'XiS" 


88 


154 


171 60 


II 


ii'XiS 


44 


77 


85 80 


23 


ii'XiS 


92 


lOI 


179 40 


12 


II XiS 


4S 


84 


93 60 


24 


II XiS 


96 


168 


187 20 


13 


II Xi3 


52 


ql 


loi 40 


25 


11X18 


100 


175 195 oo| 



14", 14io\ 15", 1.51.,", Id", l(j,ij" 


17", 17;o% 1»" and ISK,~ 


ligh. 


Width of Sections, 8 inches. 


Width of Sections, 8 inches. 


Each Section represents 4 feet 


of Ueat- 


Each Section represents 4 feet of Heat 


ing Surface. 




ing Surface. 




LIST PRICE. 




LIST PRICE. 




Per Foot, $1 43. P. r Section 


, $.5.70. 


Per Foot, $1.43. Per Section 


, r) 70. 1 


So. 


Size Length 
ot ot 
Sections. , Radia- 


Feet of 


With 


No. 


Size 


Length 


Feet of 


With 


or 


Hcat- 


Detacha- 
ble 


ot 

Sec- 


Sections. 


Radia- 


Heat- 
ing 


Iictaeha- 
ble 


2 


D'th. H'gt. Inches 


Surfaee. 


Legs. 


tions. 


D'th. H'gt. 


Incbes. 


Surface. 


Legs. 


8'Xi3'' S 


8 


$11 40 


14 


8'Xi3' 


=i6 


56 


|79 80 


3 


8"Xi3" 12 


12 


17 ID 


15 


8"XI3" 


60 


60 


85 50 


4 


8"XI3" 16 


16 


22 80 


lb 


8'Xi3" 


64 


64 


gi 201 


5 


8'XI3' 20 


20 


:8 50 


17 


S"XI3" 


68 


68 


96 90 


b 


8X13 ! 24 


24 


34 20 


18 


8"Xi3" 


72 


72 


102 60 


7 


8'Xi3" 


28 


28 


39 90 


iq 


8"Xi3" 


76 


76 


108 30 


8 


8'Xi3' 


32 


32 


45 60 


20 


8'Xi3" 


So 


80 


114 00 


9 


8 X13" 


56 


36 


51 30 


21 


8"Xi3" 


84 


84 


119 70 


10 


8 X13' 


40 


40 


57 00 


22 


8"Xi3' 


88 


83 


125 40 


II 


8 X13" 


44 


44 


62 70 


23 


8"Xi3" 


92 


92 


131 10 


12 


8"Xi3' 43 


48 


68 40 


24 


8"Xi3" 


96 


96 


136 80 


13 


S-X.3- 52 


52 


74 10 


I 25 


8"Xi3" 


100 


100 


142 50 



B^^AU Reg-alar Steam Goods Tiit»ped 1 x '^ \ "Ri?tit Hand.""" 
FOR HOT WATER HEATING, FIG. 86. 



1*J , 19^. 20 . 201 ^\ OL , 211,^^ 22 , 22} i, 23 and 2:|io high. 



Width of Sections, 11 iiicties. 
Each Section represents 7 feet of Heat- 
ing Surface. 

LIST PRICE. 

Per Foot, $119. Per Section, $8.33. 



So. 

.Sec- 


Size 

ot 

Section.s. 


Radia- 


Feet ot 
Heat^ 


tions. 


D'th. H'gt. 


Inches. 


Surface. 


2 


Il'XlS' 


8 


14 


3 


Il'XlS" 


12 


21 


4 


Il"Xl8' 


i6 


28 


5 


II Xi8' 


20 


.35 


b 


ii'XiS" 


24 


42 


7 


II Xl8 


28 


49 


8 


iiXi8" 


32 


56 


9 


ii'Xl8" 


36 


63 


lO 


II Xi8" 


40 


70 


II 


ii'XiS" 


44 


77 


12 


II Xi8' 


48 


84 


13 


II Xl8" 


52 


91 



Legs. 



lib 66 
24 99 
33 32 
41 65 
49 98 
58 31 
6b b4 
74 97 
83 30 
91 63 
99 96 

108 29 



W'idtii of Sections, 11 inches. 
Each Section represents 7 feet of Heat- 
ing Surface. 

LIST PRICE. 

Per Foot, $1.19. Per Section, $8..33. 



U'th. H'gt. Inche 



.Surface. 5 Legs. 



Il"Xl8" 
Il"Xl8' 
li"Xi8" 
ii'Xi8" 

ll"Xi8' 
ii'XiS" 
ii'Xi8"! 
ii'Xi8" 
ii"Xi8" 
ii'Xi8" 
il"Xi8" 



ii'XiS'i loo 



g8 $ii6 62 

105 124 95 

133 28 

141 b 

149 94 

158 27 

ibb bo 

174 93 

183 2b 

191 59 

199 92 

208 25 



*The Defiance R-tliator Sections are 18' high, and are furnished, without 
extra charge, with detachable and interchangeable legs varying in height by 
half inches from 1' to 6!^' high, and so build Radiators of the following 
heights :— 19', 19)^-. ao', aoj^-, 81", '.ili^-, ii-, 2l\^-, 23' and -li}^-. 

When no height ia mentioned, Radiators 23' high will be furnished. 



14", I4I0", 15", 1.51,", \G , lei^", 17", 171.,", 18" and IS'o lii^li. 



Width of Seciione. 8 inches. 
Each Section represents 4 feet of Heat- 



Per Foot, $1.53. Per Section, $6.10. 



No. 
of 
Sec- 


Size 

or 

Sections. 


Length 
Kadia- 


Feet of 
Heat- 


tions. 


D'th. H'gt. 


Inches. 


Surface. 


2 


8'XI3" 


8 


8 


3 


8"XI3" 


12 


12 


4 


8"Xi3" 


;ib 


16 


5 


8'Xi3' 


20 


20 


b 


8X13" 


24 


24 


7 


8"Xi3" 


28 


28 


8 


8"Xi3" 


32 


32 


9 


8"Xi3" 


36 


3b 


10 


8"Xi3' 


40 


40 


11 


8"Xi3" 


l44 


44 


12 


8"XI3" 


48 


48 


13 


8"Xi3" 


52 


52 



Legs. 



fl2 20 
18 30 
24 40 
30 50 
36 bo 
42 70 
48 80 
54 90 
61 00 
67 10 
73 20 
79 30 



Width of Sections, 8 inches. 
Each Section represents 4 feet of Heat- 
ing Surface. 

LIST PRICE. 

Per Foot, $1.33. J'er Section, $6 10. 



No. 


Size 


Length 




ot 
Sec- 


Sections. 


Radia- 


Heat- 
ing 


tions. 
14 


Li'th. H'gt. 


Inches 


Surface. 


8" XI 3" 


56 


56 


15 


8"Xi3" 


60 


60 


lb 


8"XI3" 


64 


64 


17 


8"XI3' 


68 


68 


18 


8"Xi3" 


72 


72 


19 


8"Xi3' 


76 


76 


20 


8"Xi3" 


80 


80 


21 


8'Xi3 


84 


84 


22 


8"Xi3' 


88 


88 


23 


8"XI3" 


92 


92 


24 


8"Xi3" 


96 


96 


25 


8"Xi3' 


100 


100 



Legs. 



I85 40 
gi 50 
97 60 
103 70 
log 80 
115 go 
122 00 
128 10 
134 20 
140 30 
146 40 
152 50 



*The Defiance Ra liator Sections are 13" high, and are furnished, without 
estra charge, with detachable and interchangeable legs varying in height by 
half inches from I" to 5*^' high, and eo build Radiators of the following 
heights :— 14-, Ui.^', to', 15>^-, 16", leVa', 17-, ITj^', 18" and 18H'. 

When no height is mentioned, Radiators 17" high will be furnished. 



S:^"AI1 Regular Hot Water (ioods Tai)ptfd l^ X IM , '' Uljiit liaail. 

89 



>C, JERSr^ CITY.NJ V- 




thx^eBUNDY' 



Q^lGwer (Ttij Q.team and J^otAS/ater^pirectJ^adi 



Figs. 'J5 and 'J<) represent the 
Flower City Direct Radiator for 
Steam and Hot Water lleatiug. 
Tliis Radiator has a handsome 
design and presents a neat appear- 
ance, especially when decorated. 
When desired it can be furnished 
with a cast iron ornamental top, 
which may be either plain or 
nickel plated, or a marble top ; 
but these are extra, for which a 
moderate charge is made. 




When a special tapping is wanted 
please state definitely on order 
what it is, otherwise regular tap- 
j)ing will be sent. The distance 
from floor to centre of tapping 
varies according to size of tap- 
ping used ; being as follows : J" 
ta])ping, 3f" ; 1" tapping, 3^" ; 
1} tapping, 4"; 1^' tapping, 4^", 
and 2" tapping, 4^". 






Steam Fig. 95. Hot Water Fig. 96. 

SIZES AND CAPACITIES OF FLOWER CITY STEAM AND HOT WATER 

DIRECT RADIATORS. 



Widlh acroBB Section, 7}4 Inches. 
Width acroPB Legs, 8?^ inch's. 




Square Fbet op 


HeATINQ SUIiFACE. 




Number 


Length of 
Radiator 


42 inches High. 
4% sq. feet of H. S. 


36 Indies High. 
4 sq. feet of H. S. 


27 inches High. 


■M luches High. 


of 


3M eq. feet of H. S. 


aj^eq. feetof H.S. 


Sectlone. 


in inches. 


pel Section. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


3 


7?8 


13H 


12 sq. feet. 


9% 


yVz 


4 


9M 


l3 


16 " 


13 


10 


5 


12^ 


22l^ 


20 " 


i6J^ 


■2K 


6 


14% 


27 


24 " 


19^ 


15 


7 


nH 


3iJ^ 


28 " 


22J4 


nH 


8 


19% 


36 


32 " 


26 


20 


9 


22% 


4oK 


36 " 


29^ 


22j^ 


10 


24% 


45 


40 " 


32K 


25 


II 


27 


49K 


44 " 


35?^ 


27>^ 


12 


29J^ 


54 


48 ■■ 


39 


30 


13 


32 


58J^ 


52 " 


42k' 


32}4 


14 


34^ 


63 


56 '■ 


451^ 


35 


15 


3(>ra 


67j^ 


60 ■' 


48M 


37K 


i6 


39% 


72 


64 •■ 


52 


40 


17 


41^ 


76K 


68 '■ 


55 k' 


42^ 


i8 


44H 


8i 


72 " 


58}i 


45 


'9 


46% 


85j^ 


76 " 


61M 


47K 


20 


49^ 


go 


80 " 


65 


50 


21 


5i5ii 


94K 


84 " 


68 14' 


52K 


22 


54^ 


99 


88 " 


71}^ 


55 


23 


56?^ 


I03J^ 


92 " 


74?^ 


57}^ 


24 


59 


io8 


96 '■ 


78 


60 


25 


6lJi 


112^ 


100 " 


81 14' 


62^ 


26 


64 


"7 


104 " 


84^ 


65 


27 


6bH 


121^ 


108 " 


87M 


67M 


28 


68% 


126 


112 " 


91 


70 


29 


71% 


I30K 


116 " 


94k 


72% 


30 


73;« 


135 


1 20 


97K 


75 



UTAH Regalar Steam Uoods Tapped 1' x %\ Hot Water Ik' .x I34' "Right Uand.".^ 



90 




LOWER'ClTT'KflDWTOK. 



MANUFACTURED BY 






---^ 



fl,fl. Qkiffinq Iron Co. 

General Office and Works; 



10 « 






G. C~'^' 



430 QonnuNiF/i w /Iye., J f V JERSEY, CITY, N. J. 

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y., CHIQflQO. ILL., rHILflDELFHM, 7A„ 

106 LIBERTY STREET. 130 bE/IRPORN STREET. 18-24 SOUTH 7TM STREET- 

I'lous* devigoate in your speciflcatioiis and contract for heating as A. A. Orifling Iron Co.'s Flower City Radiator. 



TRADK EUREKA ""^RK- 



PurelcaJ^chester^team£l)irectJ^iator. 



Figs. 97 and 98 represent the 
Rochester Direct Radiator for 
Steam and Hot Water Heating. It 
is furnished with ornamental cast 
iron fret work top, nickel plated 
top and marble top. Tlie latter 
two, however, are subject to a 
slight additional cliarge. For a 
plain Radiator the Rochester is 
well liked and presents a neat aji- 
pearance in any building. 




All _ regular steam goods are 
furnished tapped 1 xf , hot water 
l^'^xlf' " Right Hand," but other 
sizes can'^be furnished when de- 
sired without extra charge. When 
ajspecial tapping iswanted please 
state definitely in, order what it 
is, otherwise regular tapping will 
be sent. The distance from floor 
to center of tapping varies ac- 
cording to the size of tapping 
used, being as follows : | inch, 
3^" ; i inch, 3i" ; IJ inch, 4" ; H 
inch, 4^" ; 2 inch, 4^. 



__ Steam. Fig. 97. Hot Water. Fig. 98. 

SIZES AND CAPACITIES OF THE EUREKA ROCHESTER STEAM DIRECT RADIATORS. 



Width across Section, 714 inches. 


Square 


Feet op Heating Surface. 




Width across Legs, e^ inches. 










Nnmber 


Length of 


43 inches High. 
4"4 sq. feet of 11. S. 


36 inches Uigh. 


30 inches High. 


34 inches High. 
3 sq. feet of H. S. 


20 inches High. 


of 


Radiator 


4 fq. fret of H. S. 


0% eq. feet of H. S. 


SJ^sq. feetof H.S. 


Sections. 


in incbes. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


3 


7% 


I3J^ 


12 


10^ 


9 


iVz 


4 


9% 


18 


16 


14 


12 


10 


5 


12}i 


22K 


20 


^1% 


15 


I2K 


6 


I4M 


27 


24 


21 


18 


15 


7 


17M 


31 J^ 


28 


24K 


21 


I7K 


8 


19% 


36 


32 


28 


24 


20 


9 


22^1 


40K 


36 


il)i 


27 


22K 


10 


24% 


45 


40 


35 


30 


25 


n 


27 


49K 


44 


38K 


33 


27K 


12 


29M 


54 


48 


42 


36 


30 


13 


32 


58K 


52 


45j^ 


39 


32j^ 


14 


34X 


63 


56 


49 


42 


35 


15 


S^Va 


67K 


60 


523^ 


45 


37^ 


16 


39% 


72 


64 


56 


48 


40 


17 


41% 


76K 


68 


59K 


51 


42K 


18 


oaM 


81 


72 


63 


54 


45 






57 
60 


47K 
50 






63 


52}^ 


BRRATUM. 




66 
69 
72 


55 

57K 

60 






75 


62j^ 


The Rochester Radiator i.s not made 




78 
81 


65 


42" or 30" high, or for Hot Water ; Is fur- 




84 
87 
90 


70 
72j^ 

75 


nished without top if desired. 


;lit Uaud." JBk 





TH,D. EUREKA -« 



Pureka/pGchester ^team^pired JJ^iator. 



Figs. 97 and 98 represent the 
Rochester Direct Radiator for 
Steam and Hot Water Heating. It 
is furnished with ornamental cast 
iron fret work top, nickel plated 
tojj and marble top. The latter 
two, however, are subject to a 
slight additional charge. For a 
plain Radiator the Rochester is 
well liked and presents a neat ap- 
jiearance in any building. 




All _ regular steam goods are 
furnished tapped Ixf ", hot water 
Ip^xl^" " Right Hand," but other 
sizes can'be furnished when de- 
sired without extra charge. When 
aTspecial tapping iswauted please 
state definitely in, order what it 
is, otherwise regular tapping will 
be sent. The distance from floor 
to center of tapping varies ac- 
cording to the size of tapping 
used, being as follows : f inch, 
■.y{ ■ i inch, 3|' ; li inch, 4 ; 1^ 
inch, 4^" ; 3 inch, 4^". 



__ Steam. Fig. 97. Hot Watkr, Fig. 98. 

sizes and capacities of the eureka rochester steam direct radiators. 



width across Section, 7'A inches. 




Square 


Feet op Heating Surface. 




Width across Legs, 894 inches. 










Number 


Length of 


42 inches High. 


36 inches Uigh. 


30 inclies High. 


24 inclies High. 
3 tq. feet of H. S. 


ao inches High. 


of 


Radiator 


4J4 sq. feet of U. S. 


4 fq. feet of H. S. 


3H sq. feet of H. S. 


2)4 eq. feet of 11. S. 


Sections. 


in inches. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


per Section. 


3 


7K 


13!/^ 


12 


lo^A 


9 


73^ 


4 9% 


18 


16 


14 


12 


10 


5 12}i 


22K 


20 


173^ 


15 


I2K 


6 


I4?€ 


27 


24 


21 


18 


15 


7 


n'4 


31K 


28 


243^ 


21 


I7K 


8 


19% 


36 


32 


28 


24 


20 


9 


22^ 


40K 


36 


3iJ^ 


27 


223^ 


10 


24?^ 


45 


40 


35 


30 


25 


II 


27 


49;^ 


44 


38^ 


33 


27^ 


12 


29M 


54 


48 


42 


36 


30 


13 


32 


58K 


52 


45K 


39 


32}4 


14 


34^4 


63 


56 


49 


42 


35 


15 


36^ 


67^ 


60 


52^ 


45 


37K 


i6 


39% 


72 


64 


56 


48 


40 


17 


41.% 


7(>% 


68 


59^ 


51 


42}4 


i8 


44M 


81 


72 


63 


54 


45 


19 


4(>M 


85K 


76 


66^ 


57 


47K 


20 


49^ 


90 


80 


70 


60 


50 


21 


51=^ 


94K 


84 


733^ 


63 


52j^ 


22 


54^ 


99 


88 


77 


66 


55 


23 


Sbfi 


1033^ 


92 


80% 


69 


57^ 


24 


59 


108 


96 


84 


72 


60 


25 


6i>^ 


1123^ 


100 


87J^ 


75 


623^ 


26 


64 


"7 


104 


91 


78 


65 


27 


663^ 


121K 


1 08 


943^ 


81 


67K 


28 


68;g 


126 


112 


98 


84 


70 


29 


71% 


1303^ 


116 


1013^ 


87 


72K 


30 


73^ 


135 


120 


105 


90 


75 



ty All Regular Steam Goods Tapped Vx%'; Hot Water i;.i'Xl3i " Riglit Hand." JH 

91 



TRADE BUNDY »ABK. 



j^undij £puple,"c Qtairv/aij Qteam Tlirect J^diator. 




Fia. llf. 



Fig. 11| represents the Bumly Duplex Stairway .Steam Direct Ilnliator. It i;i Irjiiig largely introduced in hotel 
hills, lobbies and buiinejj blocks whare it is possible to place a Riliator under the stairs, thus using floor space that 
is of little value for any other purpose. In this location the Ridiator is out of the way and presents a very attractive 
appearance. 

Usually the Radiator is built on the high leg base, allowing a large space underneath for the air to pass through 
and up between the loops, so in point of efficiency this Ridiator holds a high place. The Rookery Building, Chicago, 
-is a late example where this Ridiator is in use. 

Prices furnished on application. 

92 




AXeRlFFlNGIRONCO 




BUNDY — '- 



(rrice (Tst of vParls of ^undy Qlaridard -?adiatcr 











TOP 




RADIATOR. 


BASE. 


FRET WORK 


BINDER FOR 


AND BINDER 


WATER ARCH. 






TOP ONLY. 


TOP ONLY. 


COMPLETE. 




IX 3 


% 2.10 


$ -45 


1 .45 


$ .90 


% I. So 


IX 4 


2.80 


.60 


.60 


1.20 


2.40 


IX 5 


3.50 


• 75 


•75 


1.50 


3.00 


IX 6 


4.20 


.90 


.90 


i.£o 


3.60 


IX 7 
iX s 


4.90 


1.05 


1.05 


2.10 


4.20 


5.60 


I 20 


1.20 


2.40 


4.80 


IX g 


6.30 


1.35 


1-35 


2.70 


5.40 


iXio 


7.00 


1.50 


1.50 


3.00 


6.00 


I XII 


7.70 


1.65 


1.65 


3.30 


6.60 


IXI2 


8. 40 


1.80 


1.80 


3.60 


7.20 


1X13 


9.10 


1-95 


I 95 


3.90 


7.80 


1X14 


g.80 


2.10 


2.10 


4.20 


8 40 


1X15 


10.50 


2.25 


2.25 


4 50 


goo 


1X16 


11,20 


2.40 


2.40 


4 80 


9.60 


iXiS 


12 60 


2.70 


2.70 


5.40 


10 So 


1X20 


14.00 


3.00 


3.C0 


6 00 


12.00 


1X22 


15.40 


3-30 


3.30 


6.60 




1x24 


16.S0 


3.60 


3.60 


7.20 




1x26 


1S.20 


3- 90 


3.90 


7.80 




2X 3 


4.20 


.90 


.90 


1,80 


3.60 


2X 4 


5.60 


1.20 


1.20 


2.40 


4 So 


2X 5 


7.00 


1.50 


1.50 


3.00 


6 00 


2X 6 


S.40 


1.80 


I. So 


3.60 


7 20 


5X 7 


,j.8o 


2-10 


2.10 


4.20 


8 40 


2X S 


11.20 


2.40 


2.40 


4 ^0 


9.60 


2X 9 


12.60 


2 70 


2.70 


5 40 


10. So 


2X10 


14.00 


3.00 


3.00 


6 00 


12.00 


2XII 


15 40 


3-30 


3-30 


6.60 


13.20 


2X12 


16.80 


3.60 


3.60 


7,20 


1440 


2X13 


18.20 


3-90 


3 90 


7. So 


15 60 


2X14 


ig.6o 


4.20 


4 20 


8.20 


16.80 


2X15 


21.00 


4.50 


4 50 


g.oo 


18.00 


2X16 


22.40 


4.S0 


4.80 


9 60 


ig.20 


2X1S 


25.20 


5,10 


5.10 


10 20 


2 1 . 60 


2X20 


28.00 


5-40 


5.40 


10. So 


24.00 


2X22 


30. So 


5-70 


5 70 


11.40 




2X24 


33.60 


6 00 


6.00 


12.00 




2X26 


36.40 


6 30 


6.30 


12.60 




3X 3 


6.30 


1-35 


1-35 


1.70 


5^40 


3X 4 


S.40 


I. So 


I 80 


3.60 


7.20 


3X S 


10.50 


2.25 


2.25 


4.50 


g.oo 


3X 6 


12.60 


2.70 


2 70 


5 40 


I >.8o 


3X 7 


14.70 


3 15 


3.15 


6.30 


12 60 


3X 8 


16. So 


3.60 


3.60 


7.20 


14.40 


3X 9 


iS.ijo 


4 25 


425 


8.50 


16.20 


3X10 


21.00 


4-50 


4.50 


9 00 


18.00 


3X11 


23.10 


4-95 


4.95 


9.90 


ig.8o 


3X12 


25.20 


5.40 


5.40 


10. So 


21.60 


3X13 


27.30 


585 


5.S5 


11.70 


23.40 


3X15 


31.50 


6-75 


675 


13-50 


27.00 


4X 4 


11.20 


2 40 


2.40 


4. So 




4X 5 


14.00 


3 00 


3.00 


6.00 




4X & 


1 6. So 


3.60 


3.60 


7.20 




4X 8 


22.40 


4.80 


4. 80 


9.60 




4X10 


28 00 


6.00 


6,00 


12. 00 




4X14 


39.20 


8.40 


8.40 


16.80 




4XiS 


50.40 


10.80 


lO.So 


21.60 




4X20 


56.00 


12.00 


12. CO 


24.00 




4X22 


61.60 


13.20 


13.20 


26.40 




4X24 


67.20 


14.40 


1440 


28.80 




10 Circular. 


7.50 


1.75 


1-75 


3-50 




15 


11.25 


2.63 


2.63 


5.26 




20 " 


15.00 


3-50 


3.50 


7.00 




26 


I9.50 


4.55 


4.55 


9.10 




34 


25 50 


5-95 


5-95 


11.90 




50 


35.50 


8. 75 


S.75 


17^50 




74 


55 50 


12.95 


12.95 


25 90 




26 Column. 


20.80 


5.20 


5.20 


10 40 




34 


27.20 


6. So 


6.80 


13 60 




50 


40.00 


lO 00 


10.00 


20.00 




10 Corner. 


7-50 


1.75 


'•75 


3 50 




15 


11.25 


2.63 


2.63 


5.26 




20 " 


15.00 


3-50 


3 50 


7.00 




25 


1S.75 


4.38 


4.3S 


8.76 




28 


21.00 


4.90 


4.90 


9. So 





LOOPS ONLY, STEAM. 

For Rectangular, Circular, Comer and CoMiniii Diidiatois. 



* HEIGHT OF 
RADIATOR. 


STANDARD. 


ENLARGED. 


EXTENDED. 


42" 
36" 
30" 
24" 


$2.30 
2.10 
2.00 

I.S5 


I2.75 
2.40 
2.35 
2.15 


$265 
2.30 
2.25 
2.10 



Loops only, hot water. 



45" 


$3 25 


$3 75 


$3.65 


39 


3-00 


3.35 


3 25 


33 


2.85 


3 25 


3.20 


27 


2.70 


3.05 


3 00 



* 'riiis refers to height of Eadiator the loops 
built ujj with the regular height of legs, for ex- 
ample, a loop 244" long would build 30" high, 
with base and top, and therefore is listed as 30" 
high. 



The price applies to all intervening heights of 
loops, i. e., a steam loop that builds •iO" high is 
listed the same as the 42" height. 



Discount on Bundy Standard Eadiator api)lies to this list. 

93 



JERSCY CITY.NJ 



^l>i^^^/(»rRAb\«a^^^2 




TRADE BUN DY "^I"- 



j^undy (Improved 2jjiiple2Cj^adiator Y)a£e. 




Fig. 99. 



Fig. 100. 



Pigs. 99 and 100 represent two views of the Bundy Improved Duplex Radiator Base with which the Bundy Two-row Radiator is made equiva- 
lent to three distiuft sizes. The partition, P, divides the base into separate compartments, regulated and controlled by the valve V. The 
header D, is used for convenience and economy in connecting up. saving pipe and fitting, and cutting of the flcor. To secure the necessary 
room for the header the high leg Bundy Base has to be used, in which the center of tapping, for any size of hole, is 4i" from floor ; this allows 
ample space for cleaning out under the Radiator, and for free circulation of air. 

In {>oint of economy the Bundy Duplex Base .^aves in fuel alone, many limes its slight additional cost in a very few weeks, and its value in 
preventing over heating of apartments, and the perfect control of temperature it gives, cannot 1 e over estimated. The sudden change of tcm- 
[K-rature when an entire Radiator is opened or closed, makes it necessary during the moderate weather of the fall, winter and spring, represent- 
ing fully 75 per cent, of the heating season, to turn on and off the Radiator at short intervals, engendering much loss of time, wear of valves 
and general inconvenience, all of which the Jlundy Duplex Base effectually prevents. 

P'or heating of hotels, business blocks, churches, schools, theatres, residences, and in fact every style of building known to modern architec- 
ture, the Bundy Duplex Base will be found of value. It represents an investment, the profits of which aie greater than can possibly be 
secured in any other way. The Bundy Radiator is the only one that can be fitted up in this way, but it can be furnished for both steam and 
hot water heating. 

It can be used with either one or two pipe system. With two pipe, two headers and four valves are required to each Radiator ; with one 
pijje, one header and two valves. 

IN VKRY MODERATE WEATHER open the valve or valves that control the rear row of loops the heat from which is moderated con- 
siderably by passing through the front row of loops, which are not in use. 

IN' FAIRLY (OLD WEATHER open the valve or valves that control the front row of loops, the rear row remaining idle, when the heat by 
passing direct and unimpeded into the room gives a considerably higher temperature than in the case above described. 

IX EXTRE.MELY COLD WEATHER open all the valves, when the radiator will throw out heat to its full capacity and give the desired 
temperature in the apartment in the coldest of weather. 

The Base cost, exclusive of header, is ^.00 list per Radiator, which should be added to ]irices found on pages 22, 2:), JJO and 31. 

Header costs $1.00 Ust each. 

Discoant on Bundy Radiators applies to both base and header. 



94 



TRADE BUNDY M'R^- 



J^undy fold's Q^in Qteam (Indirect J?adiator. 




Fig. 15. 

Fig. 15 represents the Bundy Gold's Pin Steam Indirect Eadiator, which unlike other Radiators of this type, is 
tested to 100 lbs. pressure instead of 40 lbs. This Radiator is so well known to the trade that it requires no further 
description, but Architects and users of this Radiator would serve their own interests by specifying the Bundy Gold's 
Pin and using none other. 

Each section is 40^ inches long, 6|- inches deep at ends, 10^ inches deep over all at center, 3^ inches thick over all 
at center, contains 935 pins and represents 10 square feet of surface. 

Prices furnished on application. 




J2)^^^y M'ameus (ripe '^/auger. 

A FEW OF ITS ADVANTAGES : 

1st. There is no bolts or nuts to be lost, or the nusiance of screw- 
ing or unscrewing nuts if desired to be removed. 

2d. It is an expansion hanger having 2^ inches play for expansion, 
without the use of a roller on the bottom. 

3d. It can be removed or replaced in an instant. 

4th. The lag screws can be furnished any length, thus avoiding 
the use of couplings and pipe to lengthen them. The lag screws can 
be cut off and threaded, as the hangers are tapped for standard pipe 
threads. 

Finally. It is made of Cast Iron, is cheaper, neater looking, and 
has more valuable points than any other article of its kind made, and 
should be used by every first-class plumber and pipe-fitter. 

E'KICE LIST. 



Size. 


Pipe for Hanger. 


I in. 


ij^in. 


ij^in. 


2 in. 


Price 


With Lag Screw 4 in. long, 

' 6 

9 

" " " 12 " 


18 
19 
20 
21 


20 
21 
22 

23 


22 

23 
24 

25 


25 
26 
27 
28 




Discount to the Trade. 



95 



^'AAGBIFFINGIRONCO 




^undij 'lpri3;GrLtal (jndirecl^^dialor 




Fig. 12. 

Fig. 12 represents a 4x5 Bundy Horizontal Indirect Radiator. These Radiators ai-e adapted to either 
lii^h or low pressure steam, and are made with the Standard, Enlarged, and Extended surface loop, and 
occupy less space with the same amount of sui-face than any other ; often a very important point in the 
economy of space and material used in enclosing the Radiator. 

The Old Ladies' Home, 104th Street, and 10th Avenue, New York, Brooklyn Savings Bank, Packer 
Institute, Brooklyn, are some of the buildings heated with these Radiators. 





FOR STANDARD 


OR ENLARGED LOOPS. 










STANDARD. 


tXLARGED. 




T.TST OF HOBIZONTAL INDIRECT RADIATOR. 




Each Looj) Represents 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3 '3 Feet of 


Mote.— We make the foUowinE sizes, but if more or less surfate is 


wanted in each 


Heating Surface. 


Heating Surface. 


Stack, tbey can 


>e made any size required. The length can be varied by substitute 


List Price, 


List Pbice, 


ing lunger or shorter loops. 




Per Foot. 67 ',c. Per Loop, $2.03. 


Per Foot, 65e. Per Loop, $2.28. 


Shape 


Number 
of 


Depth 
of 


Width 
of 


Length 


Feet 
of Heating 


Price. 


Feet 
of Heating 


Price. 


Radiatora. 


Loops. 


Radiators. 


Radiators, 


Radiators. 


Surface. 




Surface. 




3X3 


9 


IO>^" 


loW 


33" 


27 


Sl8 23 


ii/z 


$20 48 


3X4 


.12 


IO>i" 


nVi 


33" 


36 


24 30 


42 


27 3° 


4X3 


12 


14k" 


IO>^" 


33" 


36 


24 3° 


42 


27 30 


4X4 


16 


'4 '4" 


nVi 


33" 


48 


32 40 


56 


36 40 


4 X 5 
4X6 


20 


14 '4^" 


17 'A" 


33' 


60 


40 50 


70 


45 50 


24 


14. ■4' " 


20;K8" 


33" 


72 


48 60 


84 


54 60 


4X7 


28 


>4X" 


23/2" 


33" 


84 


56 70 


98 


6370 


4X8 


32 


mX" 


2654:" 


33 


9^ 


64 80 


112 


7280 


4X9 


36 


HJ^"' 


3°" 


33" 


loS 


72 90 


126 


81 90 


4 X 10 


40 


I4X" 


33 >^" 


33" 


120 


81 00 


140 


91 00 


5X3 


IS 


>7M" 


io>^" 


33 


P 


3038 


52>^ 


34 13 


5 X 4 
5X5 


20 


>7¥" 


'ir»" 


33 


60 


40 50 


70 


"^Ua 


25 


'7¥" 


17'A" 


33 


75 


50 63 


87K 


56 88 
68 25 


5X6 


3° 


•7¥" 


20%" 


33 


90 


^11 


'°5,/ 


S X 7 


35 


>7M" 


23>^" 


33 


105 


70 88 


122/4 


79 63 


S X 8 


40 


'7K" 


26^" 


33" 


120 


81 00 


140 


91 00 
102 38 


5X9 


45 


17^' 


30" 


33" 


>35 


91 '3 


>57>^ 


S X 10 


50 


«7M" 


335^" 


33, 


150 


loi 25 


'^5 


"3 75 


6x3 


is 


2'X" 


10^" 


33 


54 


36 45 


P 


40 95 


6X4 


24 


2/%- 


ti'A' 


33" 


72 


48 60 


84 


54 60 


6 X S 


30 


2X%- 


n'A" 


33 


92 


60 75 


105 


68 25 


6X6 


36 


21X" 


2oyti 


33 


108 


72 90 


126 


81 90 


6X7 


42 


2>M" 




33 


126 


85 05 


'47 


95 55 


6X8 


4? 


21^" 


llu- 


33 


144 


97 20 


168 


109 20 


6X9 


54 


2>X" 


30" 


33 


162 


109 35 


189 


122 85 


6 X 10 


60 


2l\i' 


33>f' 


33" 


180 


121 50 


210 1 130 50 1 



-All Beralar Goods Tapped 1" X ^" "Right Hand."' 

96 



TRADE BUNDY"" 



j2)^^<iH3P^^^^^^^^ (]ndirect^-?adiater Q^laclc. 




I '""''"i" 



Fig. 12S. 



Fig. 12| represents the Bundy Horizontal Radiator set up for indirect radiation. For description, see page 96. 



97 



)/\ AG BIFFING' I RON "CO' 



BUNDY- 



^undu j/orizoalal (judirecl ^ended^urface J^ialor. 




Pig. I3j4. 

Fig. 121 represents a 4x5 Bundy Horizontal Indirect Radiator, with extended surface loops, giving 3| 
feet of lieating surface to the loop, increasing the depth, and amount of heating surface the air has to pass over 
with the same number of loops. 



FOR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS. 



LIST OF HORIZONTAL DJDIEECT RADIATORS. 




Note.— We make the foUowing eizes, bnt if more or less surface is required on each stack, they can be made any size required. 


The length can be 


varied by substittiting longer or shorter loops. 




Each Loop Represents S'j Feet of Heating Surface. List Pbice.— Per Foot, 60c. Per Loop. $2.25. 




Shape 


Number Depth 


Width 


Length 


Feet of 




of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


Heating 


Price. 


Radiators. 


Loops. 


Radiators. 


Radiators. 


BadUtors. 


Surface. 




3X3 


9 


10^" 


loH" 


33' 


33X 


S20 25 


3X4 


12 


IO>^ 


iz%" 


33" 


45 


27 00 


4X3 


12 


>4X" 


io%" 


33 


45 


27 00 


4X4 


l6 


I4,¥" 


13H" 


33 


60 


36 00 


4 X 5 


20 


'4X" 


17 'A" 


33 


75 


45 00 


4X6 


24 


I4X" 


20^8" 


33 


90 


54 00 


4 X 7 


28 


14X" 


23/2- 


33, 


IDS 


63 00 


4X8 


3f 


14X' 


26^" 


33 


120 


72 CO 


4X9 


36 


I4X" 


30" 


33, 


'35 


Si 00 


4 X lo 


40 


MX' 


33H 


33, 


"5? , 


90 00 


5 X 3 


'5 


I7X" 


10^ • 


33 


56X 


33 75 


5X4 


20 


■73^' 


•3^' 


33 


75 , 


45 00 


5 X 5 


25 


VW 


i7>^- 


33 


93X 


56 2S 


5 X 6 


3° 


'7X" 


20^' 


33' 


112 !4 


67 50 


5 X 7 


35 


17X" 


23;^' 


33" 


i3i'X 


78 75 


5 X 8 


40 


•7X' 


30' 


33" 


'§2 . 


90 00 


5 X 9 


45 


17X" 


33l 


168X 


loi 25 


S X 10 


50 


I7X" 


33'A° 


33. 


i87>^ 


112 50 


6X 3 


18 


2iX' 


io>^' 


33. 


(>TA 


40 so 


6X4 


24 


2'X" 


^3H' 


33 


90 


54 00 


6 X 5 


30 


2'X' 


n'A' 


33' 


112'A 


67 50 


6X6 


36 


2>X" 


^W 


33 


135 


81 00 


6 X 7 
6x8 


42 
48 


21^- 
2>X' 


2(>H' 


33' 
33 


11^^ 


94 50 
loS 00 


6X9 


54 


21 i/" 


30' 


33' 


202>^ 


121 50 


J 6 X lo 


60 ! 21}^' 


33>^" 


33' 1 225 


'35 00 



■AH Regular Goods Tapped V XH' "Right Hand." 

98 



BUNDY' 



jr)Undy ^J^riglz (judired p2^lerLded Qurface JT?adiator. 




Fis, i3j4* 

Fig. 13| represents a 4x4 Buncly Angle Indirect Radiator with Extended Sui-face Loops. 



FOR EXTENDED SURFACE LOOPS, 





LIST OF ANGLE INDIRECT R.4.DIATOR3. 






Note. — We make the following sizes, but if more or less surface is required in each stack they can be made any size. The len 


5th can be varied by 


using longer or shorter loops. 










Each Loop Represents 3}i Feet of Heating Surface. Lisi Price.— Per Foot, 62c. 


Per Loop, $2.33. 




Shape 


Number 


Depth 


Width 


Length 


Feet 




of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of Heating 


Price. 


Radiator 


Loops. 


Radiator. 


Radiator. 


Radiator. 


Surface 




3 X 3 


9 


ir^" 


JO^" 


33" 


33^4: 


S20 93 


3 X 4 


12 


hh: 


n'A' 


33" 


45 


27 90 


4X4 


16 


15/8" 


13%" 


33" 


60 


37 20 


4 X 5 


20 


15^8" 


17/8" 


33" 


75 


46 50 


4X6 


24 


15K8" 


20^" 


33" 


90 


55 80 


4 X 7 


28 


"5/8" 


23;^" 


33" 


105 


65 10 


4X8 


3? 


"5^8 ■■ 


263^" 


33" 


120 


74 40 


4X9 


36 


I5/8" 


30"^ 


33" 


135 


83 70 


4 X lo 


40 


15^" 


33>i° 


33" 


150 


93 00 


5 X 3 


15 


I9X" 


10%' 


33" 


S6X 


3488 


5 X 4 


20 


I9X" 


nH" 


33 


75 


46 50 


5 X 5 


25 


19^" 


irA" 


33 


93H 


58 13 


5X6 ] 30 


'9U" 


2oys" 


33" 


li2% 


69 75 


5x7 35 


19X" 


23'A" 


33" 


131'A 


Si 38 


5 X 8 


40 


^9%" 


26fr 


33" 


150 


93 00 


5 X 9 


45 


t9'4" 


3°., 


33 


16834: 


104 63 


5 X 10 


5? 


19%" 


33>^" 


33' 


187^4 


116 25 


6 X 3 


18 


23" 


10^ 


33' 


67/2 


41 85 


6X4 


24 


23" 


13?^" 


33 


90 


55 80 


6 X 5 


30 


23" 


17-^ ■■ 


33' 


..2>i 


69 75 


6X6 


36 


23" 


2oys" 


33" 


13s 


83 70 



•All Regular Goods Tapped I" X H" "Rifflit Hand."" 



99 



I^A,9RIFFING IRONCO' 
""'BUNDY"" 



2p)UrLdy ^Jyciglz (Indirect |-?adiator. 




Fig. 13. 

Fig. 13 represents a 6x4 Bundy Angle Indirect Radiator, with loops set at an angle of 22 degrees, securing a 
perfect circulation of steam, and return of condensation. The loops are placed indirectly over each other, evenly 
dividing up the air passing through the Radiator, and utilizing the heating surface of the loops. These Radiators 
are adapted to either high or lovr pressure steam, and are made with either the Standard, Enlarged, or Extended 
Surface Loops. 

These Radiators are in use in the Lehigh University, Pa. ; the High School, Lawi'enceville, N. J. ; at the Hud- 
son River State Asylum, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. , and give entire satisfaction. 





FOR STANDARD 


OR ENLARGED LOOPS. 




LIST OF ANGLE INDIRECT RADIATORS. 
Note.— We make the following sizes, but if more or less surface is required in 


STANDARD. 


ENLARGED. 


Each Loop Representa 3 Feet of 


Each Loop Represents 3,'j Feet of 


each stack they can be made anj 


size. The length can be varied by using longer 


Heating Surface. 
List Price, 


Heating Surlaee. 
List Piuce, 


or shorter loops. 






Per Foot, 70c. Per Loop, $2.10. 


Per Foot, 67 'jc. Per Loop, $2.36. 


Shape 


Number 


Depth 


Width 


Length 


Feet 




Feet 




of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of Heating 


Piice. 


of Heating 


Price. 


Radiators. 


Loops. 


Radiator. 


Radiator. 


Radiator. 


Surface. 




Surface. 




3 X 3 


9 


11^" 


loH" 


33" 


27 


$18 90 


3-/2 


$21 26 


3X4 


12 


iiH" 


t3Vs" 


33" 


36 


25 20 


42 


28 35 


4X4 


i6 


15H" 


«3^" 


33" 


48 


33 60 


56 


3780 


4 X 5 


20 


tsH" 


17/8" 


33" 


60 


42 00 


70 


47 25 


4X6 


24 


15H" 


20>^" 


33" 


72 


50 40 


84 


56 70 


4 X 7 


28 


15^8" 


23>^" 


33" 


84 


58 80 


98 


66 15 


4X8 


32 


iSH" 


26^" 
30' 


33" 


96 


67 20 


112 


75 60 


4X9 


36 


«5H" 


33" 


108 


75 60 


126 


85 05 


4 X lo 


40 


'5^8" 


33>^' 


33" 


120 


84 00 


140 


94 50 


S X 3 


'S 


^9'A" 


io>^" 


33" 


f5 


31 50 


52^4 


35 44 


5X4 


20 


t9'4" 


i3Ji" 


33 


60 


42 00 


70 


47 25 


5 X S 


25 


'9X" 


17'A" 


33" 


75 


52 50 


^VA 


59 06 


S X 6 


30 


«9X" 


20^" 


33 


90 


63 00 


105 


70 88 


S X 7 


35 


19'X" 


2iH' 


33' 


i°5 


73 50 


I22^'4 


82 69 


5 X 8 


40 


19X" 


26K" 


33" 


120 


84 00 


140 


94 50 


5 X 9 


45 


19X' 


30" 


33" 


'35 


94 50 


^irA 


106 31 


5 X lo 


5? 


t9'2' 


33 >^" 


33" 


150 


105 00 


'15 


118 12 


6 X 3 


18 


23 


io}i" 


33" 


54 


37 80 


^3 


42 53 


6X4 


24 


23" 


i3'A" 


33" 


72 


50 40 


84 


5^ l°o 


6 X 5 


30 


23" 


17'A" 


3r 


90 


63 00 


105 


70 88 


6X6 


36 


23" 


loVi 


33" 


108 


75 60 


126 


85 05 



■AU Regular Goods Tapped 1" X J<" "Bight Hand."-«^ 



100 







BUNDY' 



j^urLcLy Qlrigle indirect J^adiator Qtack. 




Fig. iij4. 



Fig. 141 represents the Bundy Angle Indirect Radiator with loops set at an angle. This form of Radiator 
has all of the advantages of a vertical tube Radiator in circulation as the air is easily expelled and the con- 
densation has a free passage to outlet. The air to be warmed in jiassing through a stack of this kind is more 
thoroughly broken up and warmed than by any other on account of the double pipes. These Radiators are 
durable and efficient for high or low pressure steam. They were first used in the Hudson River State Asy- 
lum at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in competition with other kinds of Indirect Radiators, where they gave such perfect 
satisfaction that they were approved and used in the recent additions to the heating apparatus in 1884-5. 

With permission we publish the following testimonial : 

Hudson Kiver State Asylum, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., February 26, 1883. 
This is to certify that the Institution has used the Bundy Indirect Angle Radiators in the centre building for the last 
four or five years, and they give satisfaction in every way as an indirect heater, and would recommend them to those requiring 
steam heat for buildings. 

WHiLlAM C. ATKINSON, Chief Engineer. 

101 








TRADE BUNDY"'''^ 




^^l^^K 



? 



■ifffi 



^uudi] flima^x ^£ot^^\nater or Q.team (1 ndi red |-?adiater. 

Fig. 27 represents the Bundy Climax 

Indirect Radiator for either Hot Water or 
Steam, High or Low Pressure, although it 
is specially designed for Hot Water, in 
which capacity it is not excelled by any 
other Indirect Radiator on the market. 
For cut of section see Fig 28. 

CIRCULATION MOST POSITIVE 
AND UNIFORM. 

Having larger openings throughout, and 
2" connections between sections, above and 
below, whicli are from 60 to 80 per cent, 
larger than those found in most other In- 
direct Radiators, and having no diaphragms 
whatever, the circulation in the Climax is 
exceedingly positive and uniform. 

NO PACKED JOINTS, BOLTS, 
NUTS, RODS, WASHERS, Etc. 

All joints are screw-thread connections, 
iron to iron, no jiackings, bolts, nuts, rods, 
washers, etc., being used anywhere ; hence 
leaks of any kind ver}- rarely if ever occur. 
As all sections are duplicates, they can be 
easily and quickly made into stacks, and 
there can be no jiossibility of a mistake 
being made in the selection of sections, for 
with our special tajiping, patented in the 
United States and Canada, June 14, 1887, 
March 13, 1888, and Feb. 12, 1889, any 
section may be used as an intermediate, 
feed or return, and it makes no difference 
which end of the stack is connected for feed 
and wliich for return. The importance of 
these advantages are at once apparent to 
the practical man, and as all these features 
are fully covered by American and Canadian Patents, which have cost a great deal of money, notice is hereby 
given that all users of devices infringing on these jiateuts will be promptly prosecuted. 

Although heating by Indirect radiation is not quite as cheap as by Direct, it can often be used to advantage 
where floor space cannot very well be had ; and all Architects, Steam and Hot Water Engineers recognize the 
fact that the use of a certain proportion of Indirect radiation in every house heated by steam or hot water, either 
in the parlor, hall or dining room, is a valuable accession, for it admits fresh air that is positively heated. 

The Bundy Climax Radiator is tested to 100 lbs. hydraulic pressure to the square inch, just prior to being 
shipped, and where tht sections are made into stacks before shipping, and they are often ordered this way, 
they are tested twice, once in the section and again in the stack, when all joints are found to be absolutely 
perfect before being sent 3ut. The Radiator is compact, occupying the minimum space, and has from '^0 to 60 
per cent, more plain surface, as compared with extended surface, than any other Indirect Radiator msde. The 
fins are set "staggered," which together with the high efficiency of the I{iidiator prevents any air fron passing 
into the rooms to be heated without first being perfectly warmed. The Radiator divides and sub-divides and 
stratifies the air so perfectly as to be usually adopted wherever a force fan is used to supply the fresh air. A 
specially designed bearing bar is cast on the under side of each section, running longitudinally, which facilitates 
very greatly the moving of the stack on the cross bars, as well as in transporting it from place to place. 

102 




Fig. 27. 




Xa:gri'^''|ng iron CO" 




--CLIMAX"-- 



J2)^^^y (Tlma^c J^t \j^ or Q^learr. (Indirect J^adiator 




Fig. 28. 

Fig. 28 represents a section of the Bundy Climax Hot Water or Steam Indirect Riidiator. For cut 
of stack, showing setting, see Fig. 27. 





DIMENSIONS, HEATING 


SURFACE 


AND LIST PRICE. 




Length 
of Section. 


Uelght 

! of Section. 


Width 
of Section. 


Ueatin< Surface 
1 per Section. | 


List Price 
per foot. 


36 inches. 


' II inches. | 


31,2 inches. 


13 square feet. 1 


50 cents. 



DATA FOR BUNDY CLIMAX 


HOT WATER 


OR STEAM INDIRECT RADIATOR. 


Sec ions 


* Length 


Height 


t Width 


Feet 


Area 


Area 


Size for 


Size 


Ratio Ratio 




in 


of 


of 


of 


of Heating 


CoM Air 


n.a Air 


Brick Work 


of 


of ' of 


of 


Staik. 


Stack. 


Stack. 


stack. 


Surface. 


Supply. 


Flue. 


Hot Air Fluee 


Register. 


1 to 30. 1 I to i5. 


1 to 40. 


Nnn.bcr. 


• Inches. 


Inches. 


t Inches. 


Sq. Feet. 


Sq. Inches 


Sq. Inches 


Inches 


Inches. 


Co ft.h^aied. 


Ca ft. heated 


Cn-ft. heated. 


I 


M 




36 


13 


36 


4S 


7X 7 


8 X 12 


390 


455 


520 


2 


7 




36 


26 


54 


72 


8 X 8 


9 X 12 


780 


910 


1040 


3 


loi/^ 




36 


39 


72 


96 


8 X 12 


10 X 14 


1 1 70 


1365 


1560 


4 


14 




36 


52 


90 


120 


8 X 12 


12 X 15 


1560 


1S20 


20S0 


5 


17^2 




36 


65 


108 


144 


12 X 12 


12 X 19 


1950 


2275 


2600 


6 


21 




36 


78 


126 


168 


12 X 12 


14 X 22 


2340 


2730 


31:0 


7 


24^2 




36 


91 


144 


192 


12 X 16 


14 X 24 


2730 


3185 


3640 


8 


2S 




36 


104 


162 


216 


12 X 16 


16 X 20 


3120 


3640 


4160 


9 


3iii 




36 


117 


180 


240 


12 X 20 


16 X 24 


3510 


4095 


4680 


10 


35 




36 


130 


198 


264 


12 X 20 


20 X 20 


3900 


4550 


5200 


ir 


3SI0 




36 


143 


216 


288 


12 X 24 


20 X 24 


4290 


5005 


5720 


12 


42 




36 


156 


234 


312 


12 X 24 


20 X 24 


46S0 1 5460 


6240 



* Length of stack refers to the total length found by multiplying the width of one section (S'.,'") by the number of 
sections in the stack. This does not include the eccentric tapped bushings, which add 2' to the total length of the stack 
as given above. These figures may vary a trifle owing to the fact that some Fitters will draw the sections closer together 
than others in building them up, but the above is a fair average. 

f Width of stack refers to the length of the sections. 




Fig. 28i. 



103 



Fig. 28| represents the Wrench used 
in building the Bundy Climax and 
Bundy Perfect Sections into stacks. 
Every Fitter should have one of these 
handy tools in his kit, as well as a 
Bundy Loop Wrench, (see Fig 57). 

Price, $2.60 each. 



-CLIMAX — 



j^undi] (Tima^c Qleam or "XCqi ^AX/aier indirect -Radiator 






Fig. iia. 



Fig. 371^. 



Fig. 2114. 



JXflTBUCTIOyS FOB MAKING INTO STACKS. 



In the accompanying cuts, A are Bundy Climax cast iron sections, B are connecting cast iron nipples. C are two 
hard wood wedges about 1x8 inches in size a"t their butt ends, and D are thin connecting strips of iron strengthening the 
sections to insure perfect casting and safe transportation. 

Break the strip 01 iron (D) with a light blow of a hammer, then lay the section on its side and with the fingers 
start in the two nipples (B) about half a turn, then place the two wedges (C) one upon the other, as shown, and lay the 
second section so that tl^e two holes tapped in it shall be directly over the nipples. Now adjust wedges (C) so that both 
ends shall be equidistant from each other. This being accomplished commence to enter nipples into the second section, 
and as they make together spreaa the wedges at the opposite end so that all parts of the second section shall advance 
toward the first at the same speed. 

In screwing up the nipples, care should be used that each are turned alternately, and not more than one-half a turn 
at a time, thus avoiding anv possible binding of the joints. 

With two sections connected proceed as before with the third and so on until the stack contains the requisite 
number of sections. 

As all sections are exact duplicates, should the stack in use prove too small, it is an easy matter to add to it another 
section. If, on the other hand, it is too large, a section can readily be removed. 

When one stack is desired to heat two or more apartments and is placed at the base of two or more flues for that 
purpose, one or more pairs of longer nipples are furnished accommodating the division and subdivision of the stack by 
the insertion of tin partitions as necessary. This simple arrangement carries to a mathematical nicety the proper pro- 
portion of heat to each register and is an advantage fully appreciated by the trade, and of vital importance to the con- 
sumer. In this way one stack sufficeth for the heating of two, three and sometimes four or more apartments. 






^0 




ritOPER LOCATION OF AIR VALVE. 

The location of the air valve depends upon the way the pipes lead to and 
from the radiator. The accompanying cuts will show the usual methods of 
piping and the proper location of the air valve in each case. 

Too much imjiortance cannot be attached to the use of a good, sensitive and 
durable air valve, and the one shown is of our own manufacture and highly 
endorsed. A further description of this air valve is found on a later page in this 
book under the heading of Automatic Air Valves. They are furnished for both 
Direct and Indirect Badiators. 



Fig. D. 




BTva.VT,e.w3t:i;rtAif Clx-muv 







5"* 




Fig. D. 



Fig. F. 



Fig. G. 



104 




^. JERSEY CITY.N.J. _" 



^^Mr'Rmf^^'^. 




-■^ PERFECT 



^undy perfect Qteam(|rLdirect J^iator. 




Fig. 28i. 

Pio. 2Si represents the Bundy Perfect Imlirect Ridiator for heating by High and Low Pressure Steam. For cut of section see Fig 
28i. It has larger openings than any other Indirect Radiator, and the sections are connected by 2' nipples. These, with many other advant- 
ages which this Ridiator possesses, make the circulation in the Bundy Perfect absolutely positive and uniform, unexcelled by any other Radi- 
ator on the market. All who have used it or seen it tested are surprised at its perfect operation. The size of connections used in most other 
Indirect Radiato.-.s is li', which is wholly inadequate, and it is not an uncommon thing to tind a Radiator with even a smaller connection than 
this. Now when one considers that a 3' nipple has 77 7-9 percent, greater, capacity than one li' in size, it will clearly be seen what advantages 
are secured by the use of the Bundy Perfect. When heating by low pressure or exhaust steam, or in starting circulation in very cold weather 
when condensation is very rapid, the liberal size of the connections in the Perfect (2) together with the fact that they are in a line and a trifle 
lower than the balance of the Radiator is a very important feature, for it allows a quick and natural exit for the waters of condensation. 
No smaller connections than 2" can accomplish this result, and a failure to do so causes the vexatious hammering and cracking noises prevalent 
where an inferior Radiator is used or the piping is not properly done. 

ALL SECTIONS ARE EXACT DUPLICATES. 

In other words, there are no head or tail sections among them, or right and left intermediates, but all are exactly alike, and so there is no 
time lost in selecting them or the slightest possible chance of a mistake occurring in assembling the sections into stacks, for such a thing could 
not possibly happen. The word " inlet " is cast on the inlet side of each section, so that when the stack is complete one can tell at a glance 
which is the feed end and wnicli the return, but it is a peculiar fact and worthy of mention, that practical u.'-e and tests have shown that should 
a stack of Bundy Perfect be fed from the return end that no difficulties would arise therefrom, nor the efficiency of the Radiator be impaired, 
the only difference being that in part of the Radiator the waters of condensation would flow in an opposite ihrectiou from that of the steam, 
but in a Radiator having such liberal sized openings as the Bundy Perfect, this does not matter. Prom the above it will be clearly seen that 
the Bundy Perfect is the simplest and most convenient Indirect Radiator made, and that it is impossible for a mistake to be made in connecting 
it up or setting it to place. Perfect drainage is secured without elevating one portion of the stack more than another, for it is so constructed as 
to secure this when sot level. The waters of condensation flow in the same direction as the steam, its operation throughout being on gravity 
action. Particular attention is called to the specially designed bearing bar running longitudinally the full length of each section on its under 
Side, which facilitates very much the handling of a stack after it has been made up. The practical Steam Fitter will appreciate this feature, 
for it enables him to move the stack with perfect ease on the cross bars, as well as to transport it from place to place. 

NO PACKED JOINTS, BOLTS, RODS, NUTS, WASHERS, Etc., 

arc used in the Bandy Perfect Radiator, all joints being screw thread connections, iron to iron. There is but one connection between sec- 
tions, therefore they can be very easily and quickly assembled into stacks of any required size, particularly so by following the instructions 
given with the goods, which explain how this can be done without counting in the threads as is generally the case where right and left hand 
nipples are used. A stack is also very quickly reduced to sections. 

GREATEST DURABILITY AND FREEDOM FROM LEAKS. 

The fewness of joints in the Bundy Perfect, together with the fact that all are screw thread connections and are made by the latest and 
best of machinery, combine to make this the most durable and best radiator ou the market for Indirect heating by Steam. Should it be de- 
sired to increase or diminish the size of any stack, sections can be quickly and easily added or substraeted, a feature highly desirable in any 
Radiator. This and all other special features found in the Bundy Perfect are fully covered by letters patent in the United States and Canada, 
dated June 14, 18S7, and February 13, 1889. We caution parties not to use goods that infringe on our Patents, for our rights have cost us a 
great deal of money and we will hold infringers strictly accountable for damages. 



105 




_^/\a:gri^ffin^g:]roN"CO 




TuvDz PERFECT •>■"«. 



( ndired |-?adiatGr. 




Fig. 281 



Fig. 28^ represents a section of the Bundy Perfect Steam Indirect Radiator. For cut of stack see 
Fig. 28i. 

ALL SECTIONS TESTED TO 100 LBS. HYDRAULIC PRESSURE. 

All sections are tested to 100 lbs. hydraulic pressure to the square inch before being sent out, and when 
ordered built up into stacks, which is very frequently done, then they are tested twice, once in the section 
and again in the stack when the, joints are also tested to see that they are perfectly tight. A leak of any kind 
rarely if ever occurs in this Radiator. 





DIMENSIONS, HEATING SURFACE 


AND LIST PRICE. 




Length 
. of Section. 


Height Width 
1 of Section. of Section. 


Heating SurffaCe 
per Section. 


Li.:t I'rice 
per Fog. 


36 inches. 


1 glj inches. 31^ inches. 


15 square feet. 


45 cenis. 



DATA FOR BUNDY PERFECT STEAM INDIRECT RADIATOR. 



Seclionu 


.Lenj;th 


Hcght 


t Width 


Feet 


Area 


Area 


Size f..r 


Size 


Itutio 


Ratio 


Ratio 


m 


ot 


of 


of Heating 


Cold Air 


Hot Air 


Brick W.irk 


of 


of 


of 


of 


Stack. 


Stack. 


Stack. 


Stack. 


Surface. 


Supply. 


Flue. 


Hot Air Flues. 


Register. 


1 to 30. 


1 to 35. 


1 to 40. 


Number. 


* Inchee. 


Inches. 


t luchi 8. 


Sq Feet. 


Sq. Inches 


Sq. Inchee. 


Inches. 


Inches. 


Cu. ft. heated. 


Cu. ft. heated. 


Cu.fi hcabid. 


I 


3% 


9}4 


36 


15 


40 


53 


8 X 8 


9 X 12 


450 


525 


600 


2 


7 


9H 


36 


30 


60 


80 


8 X 12 


10 X 14 


900 


1050 


1200 


3 


iot.< 


9H 


36 


45 


80 


107 


8 X 12 


12 X 15 


1350 


1575 


1800 


4 


14 


9^A 


36 


60 


100 


134 


12 X 12 


12 X 19 


1800 


2IOO 


2400 


5 


nH 


9}i 


36 


75 


120 


161 


12 X 12 


14 X 22 


2250 


2625 


3000 


6 


21 


9J^ 


36 


90 


140 


188 


12 X 16 


14 X 24 


2700 


3150 


3600 


/ 


24'2 


9H 


36 


105 


160 


215 


12 X 16 


16 X 20 


3150 


3675 


4200 


8 


28 


9y2 


36 


120 


180 


242 


12 X 20 


16 X 24 


3600 


4200 


4800 


9 


31^2' 


9}i 


36 


135 


200 


269 


12 X 20 


20 X 20 


4050 


4725 


5400 


10 


35 


9% 


36 


150 


220 


296 


12 X 24 


20 X 24 


4500 


5250 


fjOOO 


II 


3»H 


9% 


36 


165 


240 


323 


12 X 24 


20 X 24 


4950 


5775 


6600 


12 


42 


94 


36 


180 


260 


350 


14 X 24 


24 X 24 


5400 


6300 


7200 



* Length of stack refers to the total length found by multiplying the width of one section, (3J^ ') by the number of 
sections in the stack. This does not include the eccentric tapped bushings which add 2' to the total length of the 
stack as given above. These figures may vary a trifle owing to the fact that some Fitters will draw the sections closer 
together than others in building them up, but the above is a fair average. 



t Width of stack refers to length of sections. 




Fig. 28f represents the wrench used 
in building tlie Bundy Perfect and 
Hundy Climax .sections into stacks. 
Every Fitter siiould have one of these 
handy tools in his kit, as well as a 
Bundy Looji Wrench. (See Fig. 57.) 

Price, $3.50 each. 



Fid. 28i 



106 




|TA,GRIFFING IRON CO 



5S^^^Z?rRAQ\M®S 




Qhe Pureka Qtraigat (onRediou Qleair. Jndirecl J^ialcr. 




Fig. 93. 



i^l^J.! J.I XI M u n M M n 1 1 M^JJ-^J J U^lJ^'i'iJl'i'XI JiJ i 'i'i'4'JJi'X'iU 




iTTTlTlTiT^TlTlTiTl i iTirmTrnTlTiTlf, j iTiT 




Fig. S4. 

Fig. So represents a stack of the Eureka Indirect Radiator vrhen set to j)lace, and Fig. SO a single section with 
one end cut awav to show the direction taken by the steam in circulation. All sections are duplicates. 

August of Heatisg Sckface. 
14 square feet per section. 

Dnrexsioxs of Stacks. 

Total length of section 36 inches. 

Total depth of section Tf " 

Each section occupies, when made up in a stack, 3f inches in width. 

NOTICE — Always connect the Steam Feed Pipe to the right of stack as shown on cut. Tapped any 
size, right or left hand. 

dC7 



^ureka yTiridow (jridi red Qteam )-?adiatGr. 




Fig. 87. 



Fig. 8? represents the Eureka Window Indirect Steam Radiator which is furnished in four different heights, viz. : 
20', 24', 30' and 30'. It is set to place on specially designed feet, two inches high in the clear, which are easily and 
quickly fastened to the end sections. 

This Radiator is specially adapted to that class of buildings where fresh air supply is required, and where it is not 
consistent to carry the flues to upper stories, aa with Indirect proper. The Bundy Box Base Direct-Indirect Radiator, 
shown by figs. 24, 2.5 and 26, is used for the same purpose. 

In front of the Eureka Window Radiator an open work screen of brass or iron can be set through which tlie 
heated air passes into the room. It is called a Window Radiator, owing to its spcciiil adaptation for use under win- 
dows, for which purpose the various heights made makes its very convenient. An oj)ening in the wall or floor back of 
the Radiator allows for the inflow of fresh air. 





C 


APACITIES AND DIMENSIONS. 




20 inches high. 
24 " 
30 " 
36 " 




8 inches deep. 

8 " 

8 " 

8 " " 


6 ft. per section. 

8 " " 
11 " " 
14 " " 



Can be tapped any size, right or left hand. 



108 



BUNDY' 



J^undy juil (QperLirLg^^adiator^Vai'^^- 




Best Steam Metal. Improved Raised Disc. 

Will not leak or get out of order. Guaranteed Jenkin's Disc. Greater weight of metal. 

i09 



^AA.GRIFFING IRON CO 




BUNDY^ 



'^undi] (ImprGved MniU (QpenirLg |-?adiater yalve. 




Fig. 89. 



Fiffs. 89 and 90 represent the Bundy Full Opening Improved Radiator Valve. 
It docs not pay to use an inferior valve, for a good one costs but a trifle more and 
the little difference you may have to pay dees not amount to anything compared 
with the expense and annoyance incident to the use of a poor valve ; one that 
leaks ; does not close tightly and gets out of order all the time. 

The Bundy Valve is not what is commonly known as a " fighting valve," one 
made light and cheap to undersell with, but is made as gocd as is possible to pro- 
duce them. The metal used is the very best U. S. Government Standard Gun 
Melal which is the following formula : 

Lake Superior Copper 88 parts. 

Malacca Tin 10 parts. 

Lead 1 part. 

Zinc 1 part. 




100 parts. 

This composition is guaranteed to not steam cut. Many other makers of 
valves use house scrap consisting of plumber's cocks, old gas fixtures, railroad 
scrap, lamp tops and a general assortment of accumulated matter found in most 
dwelling houses. In such scrap more or less iron is always found and the unfortu- 
nate thing about it is, that when the valve is made up and nickel plated, the pies- 
cnce of iron and other inferior matter cannot be detected only by the short life of 
the valve and the continual trouble it gives by getting out of order. The only 
safe way is to buy a valve that is known to be good and the Bundy answers that 
descrijition perfectly. 

The Bundy Valve has a full opening allowing for the unimpeded passage of 
water and steam, and will outweigh most any other valve on the market from 8 to 
16 oz., which, in valves, represents very nearly 15 per cent, of their value. The 
valve seat is raised and rounded so no dirt or sediment can lodge thereonor injure 
it. The stuflSng box is extra large allowing for more packing to be used, and as 
this is where many valves give out, the Bundy Valve should be used for this if for 
no other reason. The wood wheel handle is larger and a little higher than what 
is used in the majority of valves so in opening and closing the valve the danger of 
burning the palm is largely overcome. 

ARCHITECTS. 

You will serve your interests best by 
specifying the Bundy Full Opening Im- 
proved Radiator Valves, and insisting on 
having them used. The word BUXDY 
in a diamond is cast plainly in the globe 
of every valve, (see cuts). 




LIST PRICES. 



Size 



Fig. 90, 



Rough Body, Plain, 

Plated Trimmings. . . . 

Plated all over 

PhUD 

Plated all over 

Plain 

Pbted Trimmings.... 

Plated all over 

Plain 

I'lated all over 

Finished Trimmings.. 

)ver 

Rough Body, Plated Trimmings. . . . 

" '• " all over 

Finished and Plated all over 

Rough Body, Finished Trimmines. . 

Finishi-d all over 

Rough Uoily, Plated Trimmings 

" " " all over 

F'inislicd and Plated all over 



Finished 



Rough 



Finished 



Rough 
Finished !•! 



_> S 



— L 
35 r 

551" 
651 

85 2 
15 2 
05 2 
20 2 
40 2 

<)(! 8 
"0(^)2 



.50 2 
85 8 
75 8 
20 4 
00 3 
20 3 
25 4 



1 ' U H 



GO 2 25 3 

a5 2 50|3 

95 2 65,3 

15 2 85 4 

50 3 25 4 

45 3 25 4 

fiO 3 35 4 

85 3 05,5 

00 3 85 5 

40 4 30.5^ 

.10 3 20 4 

(10 3 7."i5 

70 3 50:4 

85 3 f.5]4 

_I0 4 00^5 

50 4 30 5 

00 4 80 

75 4 (ISO 

80 4 75,0 

25 5 25,7 



25 4 50 

.50 4 80 

70 5 00 

005 5C 

45 (! 00 

50 50 

90 (i 05 

05.7 10 
25; 7 50 

50. 8 10 
.50, 25 

75 (> 50 

90 75 

40 7 75 

85 7 75 

40 8 75 

25 8 00 

40 8 10 

00 9 25 



7 00 
7 50 

7 75 

8 50 

9 25 
10 00 
10 25 

10 85 

11 .50 

12 35 

10 50 

11 75 

10 75 

11 00 

12 25 

12 60 

13 85 

12 85 

13 10 

14 35 



110 



AUTOMATIC 

Air V^^lv^®- 



THIS Air Valve has but recently beei offered to 
the Trade with the improvements that past 
experience in practical use for years has suggested. 

It is very sensitive ; is adapted to all kinds of work 
and is very superior for large Radiators where other 
air valves fail. 

When once adjusted is not liable to get out of 
order owing to the peculiar construction of seat of 
valve and cannot be carelessly put out of adjustment. 
It commends itself therefore to Architects and Steam 
Fitters, and should be included in all steam-heating 
specifications. 



P 



lilB', 




No. 2. No. 3. 

PRICE LIST. 





No. 1. 


No. 2. 


No. 3. 


Bronzed, 


- $1.00 


§1.00 


$0.75 


Plated, - 


- 1.25 


1.25 


1.00 



IVIANUF-ACTURED BY 



A. A. GRIPPING IRON CO. 



No. 1. 
CEOSS SECTION. 



Hi 



M 

z 
i 



No. 1. 
FTJT.-L ST'ZF 



BUNDY' 



^uRdy R afety positive ^et (o±s. 

Cannot be operated ■without the key. No child can tamper with it. No more soiled carpets. No more spoiled 
ceilings. No more damaged furniture. 

Thousands of dollars are saved annually in the use of these Safety Pet Cocks, for the ordinary kind are so easily 
opened by a child or thoughtless person that great damage to property is liable to occur. 

For hot water heating the Bundy Safety Positive Pet 
Cocks are almost indispensable. They are opened only at 
long intervals, and it is nice to know that when closed and 
and the key put away they cannot be tampered with. Two 
nickel-plated keys are furnished with each dozen. 

List price 16.00 per dozen. "Extra keys 15 cents each. 




PET COCK. 

Fig. 56. 




Fig. 91. 



Can be used for both steam and hot water heating, but is specially designed for 
steam. 

The water formed by the condensation of the steam in a radiator will adhere to 
the sides of the loops or sections, leaving the center entirely free from it, and it is 
on this principal that this air valve is made. The conical-shaped point project- 
ing into the clear space exhaust's the air from the radiator in a highly satis- 
factory manner. Then again, the conical-shaped point has a .small open- 
ing, which enlarges as it recedes from the 
point until it becomes full size of the valve 
ojiening, thereby reducing the velocity ot the 
escaping air, which is another safeguard against 
the escape of water. 

Fig. lU represents the air valve screwed into 
a radiator. 

Fig. U:l represents a cross section, giving size 
and shape of opening. 




LIST PRICES 



Nickel-Plated, Metal Handle, 
Nickel-Plated, Wood Handle, - 



$(1.00 per dozen. 
T.20 per dozen. 



Fig. ')7 represents the Bundy Loop Wrench, used in connecting the Bundy Loops and Base. 
It is made of the best steel ; will fit any style or height of Loop, and the hole in the top of the 
Wrench is made to take f inch bar iron. Users of the Bundy Kadiator will find this a very 
handy tool to have, and every steam fitter should include one in his kit. List price $3.00. 

di2 



OPENING 

Radiator 




Valve 



MANUFACTURED BY 



'^^ 



fl. (\. QKimNQ Iron Qo. 






General Office and Works ; <^>^.4^' 



430 QonnuNiF/iw /Iye., 



JERSEY CITY, N. J. 



NEW YORK CITY, M.T., 

t06 LIBERTY STREET. 



CHICflQO, ILL.. 

130 bE/IRBORN STREET. 

i — «—- ^- 



rHILflDELFHIfl, VA., 
1 8-24 SOUTH 7TM STREET. 



. desiirnate in yoir speciflcations and cmtraet for heatin? as i. A. Griffiins Iron Co.'s Bundy Full 0,,.nin!r Radiator Valve. 




tbx,.eBUNDY' 



^lile, QrTumph and (TirrLa2c Qupplies. 




ELITE AND TRIUMPH 
NIPPLE. 

Fig. 45 represente the Nipple used in the 
Elite and Triumph Radiators. It is made 
of extra strong 2' wrought iron pipe, with 
carefully cut Righl-Haud threads at both 
ends, and is as near perfect as the latestand 
most improved machinery can make them. 

Ijist Price, 35 Cents. 



ELITE, TRIUMPH AND 
CLIMAX PLUG. 

Fig 46 represents the Plug used in the 
Elite. Triumph and Climax Radiators. It 
is made of cast iron, extra heavy, with care- 
fully cut threads, and is ornamental All 
Elite and Triumph Plugs have Rieht-Haud 
threads, but half the Climax Pluss have 
R U , and hflifL H. threads. Unless other- 
wise ordered R.H , Plu!!swill always be sent. 
All plugs have i' standard pipe threads. 

Idst Price, 30 Cents. 




ELITE TOP NUT. 

Fig 59 represents the Top Nut used In the Elite 
Hot Water Radiator. It is made of cast iron, extra 
heavy, and ornamental, and has carefully cut 
threads to fit the connecting rod, (Fig. 03,) which 
passes through the Radiator. 

List Price, 25 Cents. 



ELITE AND TRI- 
UMPH LEG. 

Fig. 61 represeBts the Elite and 
Triumph Leg. It is made of cast 
iron, extra heavy, and ornamental, 
and can be attached to any Elite or 
Triumph eection by use of a Hex- 
agon Head Tap Bolt (Fig 62) 

List Price, 60 Cents. 




CLIMAX NIPPLE. 

Fig. 45^ represents the Climax 
Nipple. It'is made of cast iron, ex- 
tra heavy, with carefully cut threads, 
Right-Hand on one end and Left-Band 
on the other. 

List Price, 35 Cents. 



ELITE, TRIUMPH AND 
CLIMAX BUSHING. 

Fig. 58 represents the Bushing used in the 
Elite, Triumph and Climax Radiators. It 
IS made of cast iron, extra heavy, with care- 
fully cut threads, and is ornamental. All 
Elite and Triumph Bushings have Right- 
lland threads entering the Radiator, but half 
the climax Bushings have R. H., and half 
L. H , threads. Unless otherwise ordered 
R.H .Bushingswillalwaysbesent. All bush- 
ings have 3" standard pipe threads and re- 
duce, with either R. H or L H. threads, to 
such size as may he specified, but when noth- 
ing is stated, one-half will be sent 2'xl', and 
FIG. B8. half 2'i?i', all R. H. threads. The smaller 

hole is tapped eccentric, insuring perfect drainage of the Radiator. 
List Price, 35 Cents. 





TRIUMPH TOP NUT. 

Fig 60 represents the Top Nut used in the Triumph Hot 
Water Radiator. It is made of cast iron, extra heavy, and 
ornamental, and has carefully cut threads to fit the con- 
necting rod, (Fig. 63,) which passes through the Radiator. 
List Price, 25 Cents. 



HEX. HEAD TAP BOLT 
FOR ELITE AND TRI- 
UMPH LEG. 

Fig. 62 represents the Hexagon Head Tap 
Bolt used in fastening theElite and Triumph 
Legs to the Radiator. They are made of the 
most refined iron, ^inch diameter, and have 
carefully cut thread's to fit the Radiator, 

List Price, 10 Cents. 




FIG 63. 

ROD FOR HOT WATER ELITE AND TRIUMPH RADIATORS. 

Fig. 63 represents the Rod used in the Hot Water Elite and Triumph Radiators. It is made of the best refined iron, % inch diameter, and has carefullj cut threads to 

List Price, per Section, 6 Cents. 



fit the Top Nuts. (Figs. B9 and t 



In furnishing Elite and Triumph Radiators in sections, knocked down, few sections will he considered a Radiator, iindii tor 
steam, NINE NIPPLES, TWO LEGS, TWO MACHINE SCREWS. ONE 1" R. H., AND ONE U" R- «■• ECCENTRIC BUSHINGS 
wm 1.; sent ; if for hot water, NINE NIPPLES, TWO LEGS, TWO MACHINE SCREWS, TWO TOP NUTS, ONE ROD, AND TWO 
1 1 , ' R. H., ECCENTRIC BUSHINGS will be sent. Additional supplies will be charged for extra. 

In furnishing the Climax Radiators in sections, knocked down, six sections unll be considered a Radiator, and if for steam, TEN 
NIPPLES TWO PLUGS ONE 1 R. H., AND ONE Jj" R. H., ECCENTRIC BUSHINGS will be sent : if for hot water, TEN 
nipples! TWO PLUGS, AND TWO II4" R. H. ECCENTRIC BUSHINGS will be sent. Additional supplies will be charged for extra. 

Notice.— All the features in these supplies are fully covered by United States and Canadian patents, and we caution parties not 
to infringe on our rights. 



113 








TRADE BUNDY'""« 



n^undy ^rouze (j^owder and '^rou^iug (Iquid. 

Banoy bronze P0Vdek. 




m» COLO 



^■A. iffing Iron Co. 



After repeated tests and experiments with all kinds and qualities of Bronze we take pleasure in of- 
fering the public our Bundy Bronze Powder, which we guarantee to be the best adapted of any for hot sur- 
faces. All cheap Bronzes, and many of the more expensive brands, tarnish quickly, turning to a dull brass 
color as soon as heat is applied, but the Bundy Bronzes are manufactured expressly for use on hot Radi- 
ators and so retain their lustre perfectly. When a cheap Bronze is used the process of ornamentation re- 
quires frequent repetition, engendering loss of time and bronze ; in fact the Bundy Bronze, originally ap- 
plied, cost less and the Radiators always present an elegant appearance. Also, many Bronzes impair consid- 
erably a Radiator's efficiency, which is wholly avoided by using the Bundy Bronze. In ordering Radiators 
we can estimate the quantity of Bronze that will be required to ornament them, and, when requested, will 
do so, and forward all together, thus saving our customers extra transportation expense and the annoyance 
of writing a special order. 

^ SHKDES OI= BUNDV BRONZE. ^ 

•PALE GOLD. GOLD COLOR. *SILVER. «COPPER. RICH GOLD. LEMON. 

green. crimson. green gold. orange. flesh. fire, 

•generally used. 

LIST FRICK. 



BUNDY EXTRA QUALITY BRONZE, 

BUNDY STAR BRONZE (Gold), 

BUNDY STAR BRONZE (other than Gold), 



$2.50 per lb. 



All put up in one pound tin 
blown away or spilled, as is apt t 



Ith full opening top and screw cover, so 
? case when done up in paper. 

LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE. 



is wasted by being 



BUNDY BRONZING LIQUID. 

FIG. 54 REPRESENTS THE 

BUHDY BROHZIHG LIQUID, 




WHICH UNLIKE ALL OTHERS, EMITS LITTLE OR NO ODOR WHEN AP- 



PLIED TO A HOT SURFACE, BEING STRICTLY PURE. IT IS AS IMPORT- 
ANT TO HAVE A GOOD BRONZING LIQUID AS GOOD BRONZE, AND 



THERE IS NONE SO PERFECT AS THE BUNDY BRAND. 



PUT UP IN 



Gallon, Half-Gallon and Quarter-Gallon Cans. 

PRICE, 3.00 PER GALLON. 



DIRECTIONS FOR APPLYING BUNDY BRONZE. 

Place the Radiator, if possible, where it is to remain when bronzed and .sec that it is free from dust, dirt, oil, rust ( 
removed with a cloth, piece of sand paper, or better still, emery paper or file. If convenient, a good method of removing oil fron 
steam when it will soon evaporate. 

When the Radiator is thus prepared, give it a priming or sizing? coat of very thin paint made of the best standard grade of 1 
or naptha or any other volatile liquid. Mix this to about the consistency of water, and, unless silver bronze is used, stain it 1 
The point is to get as /»V//^ and not as much paint on the Radiator as possible. 

When the priming coat is thoroughly dry, mix the Bimdy Bronze with the Bundy Bronzing Liquid in the proportion of about one pint of liquid to one 

Fiound of bronze, and apply evenly with a fine camel's hair brush, taking care to brush always in the same direction, either up or down, but never both. 
( convenient have the Radiator just warm while being bronzed and do not apply so much bronze that it will run. Do not mix more bronze than you will 
use at one time. 

Ordinarily one pound of Bundy Bronze with a pint of Bundy Bronzing Liquid wiU cover 100 to 200 square feet of surface, but this depends upon the 
skill with which it is applied. 

TO APPLY BRONZE WHEN DRY. 
Give the Radiator, when barely warm, a medium thick coat of Bundy Maro<in I 
Powder with a Chamois skin or camel's hair brush. Rub the bronze on evenly making ; . . 

This method^of applying bronze does not seem to give as general satisfaction as that where the Bronzing Lifjuid 
fuUyapplied by a novice. 



ciuer, and befure it gets perfectly 
i light a coat i " ' 



vhitc lead and turpentine 
. little yellow ochre 



apply the Bundy Bronze 
ied, as the latter can be success- 



114 



t/\A.GRIFFING IRON CO ., _____^_ 



BUNDY' 



^undu ^narr.cls Q,-2ci alb prepared. 



We confidently claim for our Specially Prepared Bundy Enamels, qualities of durability and handsome appearance 
found by experience not possessed by any others. Knowing so well the requirements of such goods we have incessantly 
striven to secure the standard of excellence which we have now attaine<l, and parties desiring fine finishes for their 
radiators and pipes, for it is equally well adapted for application on wrought as cast iron surfaces, will do well to specify 
and use the Bundy Enamels, furnished in the following great varieties : 

Bundy Sage, Bundy Chocolate, Bundy Gloss Maroon, 

Bundy Flesh, Bundy White, Bundy Maroon, 

Bundy Fawn, Bundy Blue, Bandy Slate, 

Bundy Terra Cotta, Bundy Bronze Green, Bundy Black. 

Unlike other paints and enamels, which retard the heating eflBciency of the surface to which they are applied, the 
Bundv Enamels have no effect on the surfaces unless it be to increase their radiating power. This is an important 
matter, for a finish that reduces the heating power 10 to 25 per cent, would be dear at any cost. 

The Bundy Enamels can be used with excellent effect in connection with bronze powder, that is, decorate the body 
of the radiator with the enamel, touching up the design in bronze. The Bundy Blue Enamel and Bundy Pale Gold 
Bronze make a beautiful combination, also Terra Cotta and Silver and Chocolate and Eich Gold, and many others. 

The enamel comes mixed ready for application, and the quantity required, although depending largely on the skill 
of the party applying same, is about 1 gallon to 150 square feet of surface, which is a safe basis on which to figure. 

In the above list of Bundy Enamels are two maroons — the regular Bundy Maroon Enamel and the Bundy Gloss 
Maroon Enamel, both of which have that rich color possessed only by maroon paints and enamels, but the latter has a 
gloss or lustre, being the only enamel possessing that quality, all the other enamels having what is known as a dull, 
"rubbed down" finish, adopted by most painters for the finest buildings. 

The Bundy Enamels are put wp in one-gallon, two-gallon or five-gallon cans, and as they do not deteriorate by stand- 
ing, it is well for all steam and hot water fitters to keep a small supply of same continually on hand. 

List Price on all Colors, $3.00 Per Gallon. Liberal Discount to the Trade. 



iiS 



TRXCE BUNDY"*"^ 



^undy (j^atenl Adjustable ycot Itesl. 




Fig. 



Fig. 88 represents THE BUNDY FOOT REST 

which will fit the Bimdv Standard, Enlarged or Extended 
Loops, and can be raised or lowered at will, and can be firmly 
held at any desired elevation. It is furnished usually in 
heavy nickel plate, but bronze, copper or silver plate can be 
liad if desired. It can be applied to the Bundy radiator for 
either Steam or Hot Water, having either one, two, three or 
four rows of loops, ranging from 3 to 20 loops in length. 



:pi?,ice list. 



Length 
of Radiator 
in Loops. 


PRICE COMPLETE, 

in Nickel, Bronze, Brasg or 

Copper Plate. 


Longih 
of Radiator 
in Loops. 


PRICE COMPLETE. 

in Nickel. Bronze, Brass or 

Copper Plate. 

$325 
3.50 
4.00 

4 25 


Length 
of Radiator 
in Loops. 


PRICE COMPLETE, 

in Nickel, Bronze, Brass or 

Copper Plate. 


3 and 4 
5 and 6 
7 and 8 
9 and lo 


$2.25 
2.50 
2.75 
3.0O 


II and 12 
13 and 14 
15 and 16 
iS 


20 

24 
26 


$4.50 
-1-75 
5.00 



Fig. 89 represents the cast iron extension piece, two of which when placed on the Biuidy Elile 
Radiator affords a rest for the marble top. Can be put on and removed at will. Unless the Radia- 
tor is very long two of these extension pieces are sufficient, but in the case of very long ladiators it is 
well tn use three, one in the centre. 
FiS. 89. List price 75 cents per pair. 

By using the above extension pieces marble tops can be placed on any Elite Radiator at any time, and we give below list prices on some 
varieties, although as full a variety as is given on pages 118, 119 and 120 can be furnished. These prices are subject to same conditions as to 
thickness, stvle of edge, etc., set forth on the above mentioned paces. 



Radiator. 


Vermont (A). 


Italian (g). 


Knoxville(c>. 


Tennessee (D). a 
Glens Fulls (E). 


lexican Onyx (p). 


2 Section. 


$1 00 


$1 20 


$1 60 


$2 00 


$6 00 


3 


I 25 


I 50 


2 00 


2 50 


7 50 


4 " 


I 50 


I 80 


2 40 


3 CO 


g 00 


5 


I 75 


2 10 


2 80 


3 50 


10 50 


6 


2 00 


2 40 


3 20 


4 00 


II 00 


7 


2 25 


2 70 


3 60 


4 50 


12 50 


8 


2 50 


3 00 


4 00 


5 00 


14 00 


9 


2 75 


3 30 


4 40 


5 50 


15 50 


10 " 


3 00 


3 60 


4 So 


6 00 


17 00 


II " 


3 25 


3 90 


5 20 


6 50 


18 50 


12 " 


3 50 


4 20 


5 60 


7 00 


20 00 


13 


3 75 


4 50 


6 00 


7 50 


21 50 


14 


4 00 


480 


6 40 


8 00 


23 CO 


15 


4 25 


5 10 


6 80 


8 50 


24 50 


16 


4 50 


5 40 


7 20 


9 00 


26 00 


17 


4 75 


5 70 


7 60 


9 50 


27 50 


18 


5 00 


6 00 


8 00 


10 00 


2g 00 


19 ■' 


5 25 


6 30 


8 40 


10 50 Pric 


e on .Application. 


20 


5 50 


6 60 


8 80 


II 00 


< •• 


21 


5 75 


6 90 


9 20 


II 50 




22 " 


6 00 


7 20 


9 60 


12 00 


I <( 


23 


6 25 


7 50 


10 00 


12 50 


' *' 


24 


6 50 


7 80 


lo 40 


13 00 


• 


25 


6 75 


8 10 


ID 80 


13 SO 


' '■ 


25 


7 00 


8 40 


II 20 


14 00 


' '• 


27 


7 25 


8 70 


II 60 


14 50 


' ' 


28 


7 50 


9 00 


12 00 


15 00 


< •< 


29 


7 75 


9 30 


12 40 


15 50 


' " 


30 


8 03 


9 60 


12 80 


16 00 





116 








BUNDY' 



Bundy ImproYed Floor and Ceiling Plates* 




CARPET CUT FOR FLOOR I'LATE 
Fi£. I. 



CElLlNa I'LATE 
Pig- 3- 



The Bundy Improved Floor and Ceiling Plates possess advantages strongly commending their use and 
we soHcit your orders. 

Fig. I shows the carpet cut on the lines (P) exposing to view the hole (E) in which the sleeve (B) of the 
Floor Plate rests. The carpet points (D) are turned back and lie concealed in the concave part of the Floor Plate. 
This obviates all damage to the carpets, as the displaced parts perfectly resume their natural position when 
desired. 

The Floor Plate, Fig. 2, is of cast iron and is usually set in one piece, however, when necessary, it can be 
easily broken by a blow from a hammer, owing to the two slots (A) in its sleeve. When so broken the fracture is 
irregular and fits so closely as not to be detected, the plate being held firmly in position by plain or nickel plated 
screws corresponding with its finish. These screws should pass through the holes (C) and lines (F) where the carpet 
is cut doing it no injury. 

The Ceiling Plate, Fig. 3, is also of cast iron and has a set screw (A) which holds it in position. The sleeves 
(B) in both Ceiling and Floor Plates are of regulation length and thickness and are approved by all Insurance 
Underwriters. 



PRICE LIST 



SIZE IN INCHES. 


M 


I 

$ .14 
■32 


$.16 
■34 


i^ 


2 

*.2r 
■39 

■38 

.58 


3^ 


3 


4 


Floor Plates, Plain, 

„ „ Nickel Plated, 


% .11 
.29 


% .18 
■36 

•32 
•52 


$ .25 
•43 


$.30 
.48 


$■37 
•55 


Ceiling Plates. Plain, 

Nickel Plated, 


.20 
.40 


•25 
■45 


.29 
■49 


■43 
■63 


•50 
.70 


•58 
.78 



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^-'JfyJ^r,. JERSEY CITY.N.d.JJ'i'- c^c- 




TRiDK BUNDY"-"''^- 



'Tjcscription ef y arble Mops for P)urLdy J-?adialors. 



Ingivinga description of these MarbleTops we wish to say a word regarding the difflcalties encountered in attempting to convoy a correct idea of their appearance. We 
have given a general idea as to their color, to assist oar customers and frieods in taeir selection of appropriate Tops for differeut rooms, bat Marble will frequently, when 
cut and polished, become darker or lighter than the one from which our description is taken. 

We have the finest line of Marble that has ever been produced by any manufacturer, and havinj? made special arrangements for importation, we can furnish at a 
large eavingrare specimens of Marble Tops not obtainable from any other source. We have made our prices low, believing that larger sales will compensate us for sodoint:. 

Please bear in mind that all Marble is not adaptable for Radiators as they will not stand the heat, and this is strong argument why the Tops should come from uc, 
besides thus avoiding any possibility of misfits, which in Marble Tops is especially annoying. 



Vermont (A) ifdk \yhiU. Skirtin^the western slope of the Green Mountains, 
In the vicinity of Rutland, Vermont, is found a rare specimen of milk white 
marble interspersed with fine, barely distinguishable, grayish veins and spots. 
This marble so closely resembles the Italian that only an expert can detect the 
difference. Both stand the heat well, but the Italian is the harder marble and takes 
a higher polish and is not so susceptible to discoloration, hence it is better for 
Radiator Tops, but the Vermont is excellent for bed chambers and rooms of that 
character. 

Italian (B) Blue ^Vhitf. This beautiful &/?/tf«!Ai^f marble is found in Italy in 
the well-known Carrara Quarries of sculptural fame. It is unquestionably a better 
marble than that used by any other house furnishing Marble Tops for Radiators. 
One block of Carrara Marble may be sent to the sculptor to receive his cunning 
handiwork in the form of some statuette and the next block go to be wrought into 
Tops for Bundy Radiators. The chaste whiteness of the Italian Marble is its car- 
dinal feature, and its well-known adamantine hardness takes a high polish and 
makes it less pregnable to stains of any description. 

Knoxrille (C) Fink. At the base of the Cumberland Mountains in Knox 
County, Tennessee, occupying a large bend in the Tennessee River, is the Great 
Bend Quarry, which gives us a rare specimen of pink colored ]Marble, thoroughly 
mixed with fine spots of white crossed with chance veins of tlie same color or gray, 
or even both. This is the Knoxville Marble, which is used in all classes of rooms, 
but more particularly in bed chambers on account of its low prices. 

Tennessee (D) Brownish lied. In the northern range of the Cumberland Moun- 
tains of Tennessee, is found a Marble of such harmoniously blended colors as to at 
once attract public attention and gain favor. This is tlie Tennessee Marble. We secure 
our supply from the well-known Hawkin's Quarry, noted because its Marble has 
fast colore, unbleachable in the sunlight. This is a very important point to the user. 
Its predominant color is red, handsomely flecked with spots and veins of cryetalized 
white, which, blending with the red, takes on a sort of brownish hue. Perhaps 
more of the Tennessee Marble is used than any other as it is both cheap and ser- 
viceable and takes a very high polish. 

Glens Falls (E) Jet Black. One of the grandest Marbles to be found any- 
where is the Glens Falls found in the foot hills of the famed Adirondack Mountains. 
It« color is &,jtt black, resembling very closely the imported Belgium Black, espec- 
ially when given a French polish. It is an excellent Marble, both for Radiator 
Tops and Bases, especially the latter, where its dark color gives an appearance of 
special elegance. 

Mexican Onyx (F) Pearl White. This beautiful Marble is purely of a vol 
canic formation, originating in a violent eruption of the Volcano Popocatepetl, after 
which the golden quartz, which had been reduced to a white heat, solidified, be- 
coming a eemi-transparent mass of rare beauty. Of all the different Onyx that 
from the Tecali Quarry, situated 35 miles from the City of Mexico, is conceded by 
connoisseurs to be the best, and it certainly is the most richly endowed with natural 
beauty. Arrangements having been made for the importation of this special 
marble, we offer our customers the rarest Mexican Onyx Tops at a comparatively 
low price. As Onyx is so well known and so highly prized by the public, and as 
many eminent connoisseurs have passed their favorable verdict on our Onyx, we 
feel confident in pleasing our customers. The striking ice-like appearance of our 
Onyx shows the different lines of scintilating colors, wbich under varying circum- 
stances give forth all the prismatic colors of the rainbow. No Marble is better 
adapted than Onyx to surmount a Bundy Radiator in a Parlor, Drawing or Reception 
room of Renaissance, Oriental, Arabesque or Moorish style of furnishing. 

Ophite (G) Green and }\7iite. This Marble is often called Verd-Antique, as 
Its (/re^n color gives it an appearance of antiquity. It takes its name from the Latin 
word ophites, meaning a serpent and is found in the renowned quarries of Moriah. 
It is a serpentine Marble, with its predominant color dark green thoroughly mixed 
with white, making it resemble granite in figure. Its mottled design is occasionally 
varied by a greenish black spot encircled by a green of darker hue, and the blending 
of all the colors bespeak harmony and unity of design. 

Italian Dove(H) Light Blue. Sometimes called B^j/^ Turquin owing to its 
delicate lint of sky blue. It is found in uraall quantities skirting the Carrara 
Quarries from which our White Italian Marble is taken. It has occasional dark 
blue veins running through the blue, which by contrast heightens very much its 
general appearance. It takes a very high finish and is an excellent Marble for a 
blue room. 

Royal Red (I) Brownish Red. This beautiful Marble is also called Rouge 
Royal owing to its peculiar fascination with the English Royal Family. When 
first discovered they gained al)Boliite control of the ([tiarrles and for many years the 
Marble could not oe had by any but the Nobility. Our supply is taken from the 
Visfi QuarrieH near Brussels, Belgium, which is repiiTed as having the finest speci- 
mens. The Marble has the colors red, brown, drab and white, but the prevailing 
color which strikes the eye is the Royal lied, the color of the English Flag. 

Anrania Griotte (J) Dark Drab. The Alps of Switzerland and Pyrenees 
of France both contain rare specimens of Anrania Griotte, but by far the choicest 
specimens are from the Aurauian Quarries in Switzerland. The word Griotte 
means mottled, and so the Marble has a great variety of colors, but that which 
predominates is (/arA e/rfl6, which is intersected with veins of deep blood red, and 
spots of crystalized white, all of which colors are so harmonious as to render the 
Marble difficult to describe. It should be seen to be appreciated. There is no 
color strong enough to become offensive, but blending wltli the drab are the colors 
red, purple, white, ^y and brown, making a Marble of exquisite beauty. "^ 

Eschaleon (K) Light Yellow. Fringing the Rhone River in France is found 
the Enchaleoii Marble. Us color Is lighter ye//o(i' than the Sienna, running more 
Into the gray, which assumes such form as to resemble large shells. This Marble 
\b very largely used in the Public Buildings of Paris, and is aieo extremely popular 
among the Spaniah Nobility. 



St. Anne (L) Dark Drab and White. The St. Anne Marble is from the Sambre 
Quarries, near Liege, Belgium. While all Belgium Marbles are hard, this is ihe 
hardest of any, and so is largely used for tiling and flooriuL' purposes in the 
palaces of foreign countries. Its prevailing colors are dark drab and white. The 
drab color, which varies in intensity, is thoroughly intersected by the lines of 
white. It takes a very high polish and is a magnificent Marble for any apartment, 
especially a hall or dining room. 

Napoleon (M) Dai-k Fawn. The Napoleon Marble is taken from the Rupel 
Quarry, near Antwerp, Belgium. Its color is a dark/awn, interspersed with crys- 
talized white veins and intersecting light lines of blood red and golden yellow. It 
is a handsomely colored Marble and having a neutral tint is appropriate with any 
style of furnishing. 

Joinvllle (N) Gray. The Joinville Marble which is very rarely seen in this 
country, being found only in very small quantities in the Joinville Quarry of Bel- 
gium, is of a light gray color with intersecting lines of red and white. This Marble 
should be seen to be appreciated. It is hard and susceptible of a very high finish. 

Loraine (O) Light Fawn. The Loraine Marble is found in the foothills of the 
Pyrenees Mountains in Southern France. It has a delicate light faw7i color, slight- 
ly flecked with spots of beautiful pearl and blacu. As a neutral tint it can be used 
with good effect in any room, but its mellow color makes its specially desirable foi 
bed-cnambers and kindred apartments. 

Relgium Black (P) Black. This Marble is found in the Garonne Quarries, 
in the southern purt of Belgium. It has a rich, velvety black color, which gives it 
the appearance of elegance and is a good Marble for either Radiator tope or bases, 
especially the latter. Its rich color is no doubt largely due to the high polish which 
it takes. 

Griotte (Q) Blood-red. This Marble is found at the base of Mt. Vesuvius, near 
the city of Naples, Italy. As its name implies the Griotte Marble has a mottled ap- 
pearance. The principal colors are red and black, while occasionally crystalized 
white eyes, or veins, may be found running through it. It is one of the handsomest 
Marbles and takes an extra high polish. The Quarry from which our supply la 
taken is conceded to be the best in the world. 

Numedian (R) Rose. This is probably one of the oldest Marbles known, as 
history shows that as far back as B. C. 77 the ancient Romans raised a 20 foot col- 
umn of Numedian to the memory of Caesar in the Forum. The Marble is secured 
at great hazard, as to reach the quarries some of Africa's most dangerous jungles 
must be penetrated, which are infested with wild animals of every description. It 
is certainly a historic Marble and every Top hag a story to tell touching on the ad- 
ventures encountered in its perilous journey. The Marble has a rich and delicate 
rose color, made more beautiful, if possible, with resplendent veins of yellow and 
chance spots and veins of black lined with a rose tint of lighter hue. 

Alps Green (S) Dark Green. The frowning peak of Mt. Blanc in the Alps of 
Switzerland overlooks the quarry from which our supply of Alps Green is taken. 
This Marble is sometimes called Vert Alps and Vert Antioue owing to its color and 
the mountain from which it is cut. It has a (/arA^^'^en. color uniformly veined with 
white, and although a very popular Marble in Europe it has not until now been im- 
ported to this country to be used as Tops for Bundy Radiators. It is an exception- 
ally fine Marble for a green room. 

Sienna (T) Gold. All the golden sunshine of sunny Italy seems to have en 
tcred this beautiful Sienna Marble. Discovered accidently by the Good Sisters of 
Sienna, it was used by them in building the celebrated Sienna Cathedral, which, 
when completed standing in the sunlight resembled a golden palace. The quarries 
are still controlled by these Good Sisters of Charity and the handsome revenue ob- 
tained from the sale of the Marble ie wholly used in their Samaritan work. The 
predominant color is gold with delicate veins of pearl and purple running through 
it, and even the yellow gold color has differentshades to assist tne general harmony. 
This is one of the handsomest Marbles known, and looks well wherever used, es- 
pecially in a light, sunny room. 

St. Beanme (U) Gold and Dove. This Marble is taken from the renowned 
Tortosa (Quarry in the Pyrenees of France. It takes its name from the Patron 
Saint Beaume, which was given it by the people who used it largely in building thft 
Ancient Monasteries and Cathedrals of France, which to-day are standing, living 
monuments of the enduring properties of this magnificent Marble. It is richly en- 
dowed with gold and dove colore well mixed, with occasional spots of pink and 
crystalized white, and light, scarcely noticeable, veins of purple. A Bundy 
Itadiator setting upon a Belgium Black base and surmounted with one of these 
Tops is well suited for any of the handsomer rooms in our modern houses. 

Famosa (V) Dark Purple. Throughout the Rhenish Provinces in Germany 
is found the Famosa Marble, but the finest specimens, those having the richest 
color, are taken from the Essen Quarry from whence comes our supjily. This 
Marble is used largely in the Palaces of the venerable Kaiser \Vil]iam, hence its 
popularity throughout all Germany. It is more largely used in the houses of the 
Germsn Nobilitv than any other Marble. It is curiously formed, so much so that 
it is difficult to describe, but its predominant color is dark /mrp/e which reminds one 
of the purple robes worn by the nobility in their regal splendor. 

Lavanto (W) Sage Green. Italy is so famous for its blue white Marble that 
the impression has gone out that it furnishes none other, but situated near the time- 
honored city of Florence is the Levanto Quarry producing a most beautiful Marble 
bearing the same name. The prevailing color is sage green largely figured with 
bright cherry spots and intersecting white veins. It is an excellent Marble, and 
although very small quantities of It have been imported to this country, It Is aaed 
very extensively by the Itallaue and throaghoat all Borope, 



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Yarble Mop^ for j^undi] Qleam orJ-pt^^U/aterJ^adiators. 



These Tops are made of tlie very best marble ; are }g inch thick ; have bevel or O. (i. edge, and project over the Radiator binder 
^ inch all around. To make sure that you get Tops that fit the Radiator perfectly and to guard against the use of inferior marble, 
order of us according to this list. The Tops can be sent with the Radiators, thus saving freight, as we keep a general assortment of 
sizes continually on hand. 





(A). 


(B\ 


(C). 


(D). 


1.6). 


(F). 


RADIATOR. 


VERMONT. 


ITALIAN. 


KNOXVILLE. 


TENNESSEE. 


GLENS FALLS. 


MEXICAN ONYX. 


1 X 3 


% .90 


$1 05 


$1.55 


81.75 


$1.75 


$4.00 


1 X 4 


1.05 


1.25 


1.75 


2,05 


2.05 


4.60 


} ^ I 


1.20 


\ id 


2,05 


2 30 


S 30 


6.20 


1 X 6 


1.35 


1.60 


2,30 


2,65 


2,65 


6.00 


1 X 7 


1.50 


1 80 


2.50 


2.90 


2.90 


6.20 


1 X 8 


1.80 


2.10 


3 10 


3 .50 


3.50 


7.50 


1 X 9 


1.95 


2.30 


3.25 


3,85 


3.85 


8.20 


1 X 10 


2.10 


2. 50 


3 50 


4,20 


4.20 


8.80 


1 X n 


2.35 


2.T5 


3.80 


4.55 


4.55 


9.40 


1 X 12 


2.55 


3 00 


4.15 


5 00 


5.00 


10.00 


1 X 13 


2.70 


3 15 


4.50 


5.60 


5.60 


12.00 


1 X 14 


2.85 


3 35 


4.80 


6.15 


6.15 


13.00 


1 X 15 


2.95 


3 45 


5.00 


6,30 


6.30 


13,50 


1 X 16 


3 10 


3.60 


5 45 


6.60 


6.60 


14,00 


1 X 18 


3.40 


3.95 


5.95 


7.20 


7 20 


15,40 


1 X 20 
1 X 22 


4.00 
4 40 


4.65 
5.10 


6.50 
7.00 


8.00 
8 80 


8.00 
8 80 


Special price. 


1 X 24 


4.90 


5.70 


7.90 


9 80 


9.80 


(1 


1 X 26 


5.00 


6.00 


8.05 


10.25 


10.25 




2x3 


1.35 


1.60 


2 40 


3.00 


3.00 


6 00 


2 X 4 


1 50 


1.75 


2.B5 


3 25 


3,25 


6.80 


2x5 


1.95 


2.30 


3.15 


3,85 


3.85 


8.00 


2 X 6 


2 15 


2.55 


3.60 


4.40 


4.40 


9.00 


I X I 


2.40 


2.80 


3.95 


4.&5 


4.85 


10.00 


2x8 


2.80 


3 25 


4.50 


5.45 


5.45 


12.00 


2x9 


3.00 


3 45 


4,85 


5.95 


5.95 


12.75 


3 X 10 


3.30 


3.85 


5.25 


6,50 


6 50 


13.50 


2 X 11 


3.55 


4 15 


5 70 


6.95 


6.95 


14.50 


2 X 12 


3.85 


4 50 


6.15 


7.55 


7.55 


16.00 


« X 13 


4.05 


4.75 


6.60 


8.05 


8.05 


17.00 


2 X 14 


4.35 


5.10 


7.00 


8.60 


8.60 


18.75 


2 X 15 


4.65 


5.45 


7.55 


9.10 


9.10 


22.00 


2 X 16 


4.90 


5.70 


7.90 


9.65 


9,65 


26,00 


2 X 18 


5.55 


6.50 


8.95 


10.95 


10,95 


Special price. 


J X 20 


6.00 


7.00 


9.75 


11.90 


11 90 




2 X 22 


6.60 


7.70 


10.50 


12.95 


12 95 


I' 


8 X 24 


7.55 


8 2.i 


11.40 


14.00 


14 00 


'1 


8 X 26 


7.80 


9.10 


13.15 


16.20 


16 20 




8x3 


1.80 


2.10 


3.00 


3.60 


3,60 


8.00 


S X 4 


2.10 


245 


3.45 


4.15 


4 15 


9.00 


3X5 


2.40 


2.80 


3.85 


4.75 


4.75 


11.00 


3 X 6 


2.85 


3.35 


4.75 


5.70 


5.70 


14.00 


3X7 


3.15 


3.70 


5.10 


6.30 


e.30 


16.00 


3X8 


3.45 


4.a5 


5.60 


7.00 


7.00 


18.00 


3X9 


3.90 


4.55 


6 30 


7.70 


7.70 


20,00 


3 X 10 


4.20 


4.90 


6.85 


8.35 


8,35 


22.00 


3 X 11 


4.60 


5.35 


7.35 


9.10 


9,10 


24.00 


3 X 12 


5.10 


5.95 


8.35 


10.10 


10,10 


26.00 


3 X 13 


5.65 


6.50 


9.10 


11.15 


11.15 


28.00 


3 X 15 


6.00 


7.00 


9.75 


11.85 


11,85 


Speciaigrice. 


4X4 


2.65 


3.10 


4.40 


5.50 


5.50 


4X5 


3.10 


3.60 


5.00 


6.05 


6.05 


14.00 


4X6 


3.60 


4.15 


5.60 


7.00 


7.00 


16,00 


4X8 


4.45 


5.20 


7.10 


8.75 


8,75 


20.00 


4 X 10 


4.90 


5.75 


7.90 


9.75 


9.75 


24,00 


4 X 14 


7.05 


8.25 


11.55 


14.00 


14,00 


34.00 


4 X 18 


8.10 


9.45 


13.15 


15.95 


15,95 


Special price. 


4 X 20 


9.00 


10.50 


14.35 


17.95 


17,95 




4 X 22 


10.80 


12 60 


17.50 


22 75 


22 75 




4 X 24 


12.00 


14.00 


19.25 


24,50 


24,50 




10 Cii-eular 


2.65 


3.10 


4.20 


5.25 


5 25 


12.00 


15 


3.25 


3.80 


5.10 


6.30 


6.30 


14,00 


20 


3.75 


4.40 


6.05 


7.45 


7.45 


17 00 


26 


4.60 


5.35 


7.55 


9.10 


9,10 


22.00 


34 


6.25 


7.30 


10.15 


12.10 


12,10 


28.00 


sn 


8.25 


9.65 


13.40 


16,45 


16,45 


40.00 


74 


10.20 


11.90 


16.65 


21,00 


21.00 


60.00 


30 Coluniu. 


5. 35 


6.25 


8.60 


10,50 


10.50 


24.00 


34 


7,50 


8.75 


12.25 


14.90 


14.90 


36.00 


50 


10.15 


11.85 


16.65 


20.15 


20.15 


.50.00 


10 Corner. 


1.80 


2.10 


3,00 


3.60 


S,60 


8,00 


15 


2.25 


2.65 


3.50 


4,40 


4,40 


10. OO 


20 " 


3.00 


3.50 


4.90 


6.00 


6 00 

1 


14.00 



Black Glen Falls Tops with a very high polish known as French Polish, add 25 pcr cent, to above prices. 
Cutting Hole ii Tops for Column Radiators $ | .OO net will be charged extra in each case. 
Marble Tops, 1 inch thick, add to above prices |5 per cent.; II4 inches thick, 35 per cent. 

Marble Bases, 7/8 inch A/ttcfc (excepting Onyx), add for 1 row, 35 per cent.; 3 row, 25 per cent.; 3 row, 20 per cent. 
4 Row, Circular, Corner and Column, |5 per cent. 



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\^rble Mops for j^uadi] Qtea^c cr j/et yi/ater J 

These Marble Tops are specially designed for Renaissance. Moorish, Arabesque, Oriental and Qtieen Anne rooms, and the variety 
is so great that Tops can be had which harmonize perfectly with the furnishing of any apartment. A full description of eacli marble 
18 given on another page, and for convenience in ordering, they may be designated by letter : For example 'J" wouM mean "Aurania 
Griotte," etc. All Tops are Jg inch thick, unle.ss ordered otherwise (see bottom of page) ; have rounded or chamfered edge ; project 
over the Radiator binder pj; inch all around : fit the Radiator perfectly, and the Marble is of the very best quality, all of which 
should be convincing arguments why the tops should come from us, thus avoiding all danger of misfits, besides procuring, at a 
moderate cost, specimens of Marble which are extremely rare. 



Cutting Hole in Tops for Column Radiators $ | .OO n<'t ^U be charged extra in each case. 
Marble Tops, 1 inch thick, add to above prices | 5 per cent.; II4 inches thick, 35 per cent. 
Marble liases, 7-S inch thick (excepting Onyx), add for 1 row, 35 per cent; 2 row, 25 per cent. 
4 Row, Circular, Corner and Column, | 6 per cent. 

d20 









ROYAL RED (|). 


ST. ANNE (LI. 


BELGIUM BLACK ip>. 


SIENNA (T'- 


RADiATOR. 


OPHITE (C*. 


ITALIAN DOVE (W. 


AURANIA GRIOTTE (J) 
ECHALEON (K). 


NAPOLEON (M>. 
JOINVILLE INI. 


GRIOTTE IQ . 

ROSE NUMEDIAN (R'. 


ST. BEAUME lU). 
FAMOSA lyi. 








LORAINE(O). 


ALPS GREEN 'S'. 


LAVANTO iW). 


1 X 3 


$2.20 


$2.45 


$3.75 


$3.75 


$4.25 


$4 25 


1 X 4 


2.55 


2.80 


4.25 


425 


4.75 


4.75 


! X i 


2.90 


3.20 


4.75 


4 75 


5.50 


550 


1 X 6 


3.25 


3.60 


5.50 


550 


6 25 


6.25 


1 X 7 


3.40 


3.75 


5.75 


5.75 


6.50 


650 


X § 


4.15 


4.60 


7.25 


725 


8.50 


8.50 


X 9 


4 70 


5.20 


7.75 


7.75 


925 


9.25 


1 X 10 


5.00 


5.50 


8.50 


8.50 


10.00 


10.00 


1 X 11 


550 


605 


9.00 


9.00 


11.00 


11,00 


J X '? 


6.00 


660 


10.00 


10 00 


11.75 


11.75 


1 X 13 


6.80 


750 


10.75 


10.75 


13.50 


13.50 


1 X H 


7.40 


8.15 


11 50 


11.50 


14 75 


14.75 


J X IS 


7.70 


8.50 


11 75 


11.75 


15.25 


15.25 


1 X 16 


800 


8.80 


13.00 


13.00 


15.75 


15.75 


; X 18 


8.70 


9.60 


14.25 


14 25 


17.25 


17 25 


1 X 20 


9.50 


10 45 


15.75 


15.75 


19 00 


19.00 


} X 22 


10.40 


11.45 


17 00 


17.00 


20.75 


20.75 


! X 2* 


11.85 


13.05 


19 00 


1900 


23.75 


23.75 


1 X 26 


12.00 


13.20 


19.50 


19.50 


24.00 


24,00 


I X 3 


350 


3.85 


5.75 


5.75 


7.00 


7,00 


2x4 


4.00 


4.40 


6.25 


6.25 


7.^ 


7 75 


? X 5 


4.70 


6.20 


7.50 


7.50 


9.25 


925 


SX 6 


5 10 


5.60 


8 50 


8.50 


10.50 


10 50 


;x I 


5R0 


6.40 


9.50 


9.50 


11.50 


11,50 


2x8 


650 


7.15 


10, T5 


10.75 


13 00 


13,00 


S X 9 


7 10 


7.80 


11.50 


11.50 


14.25 


14,25 


? X 10 


790 


8 70 


12.75 


12.75 


15 75 


15.75 


ix » 


8 40 


9.25 


13.75 


13.75 


16.75 


16.75 


2 X 12 


900 


9.90 


14.75 


14.75 


18.25 


18.25 


S X '3 


980 


10.80 


15.75 


1575 


19 50 


19.50 


2 X 14 


10.40 


11.45 


17 00 


17.00 


20.75 


20.75 


1 X 15 


1100 


12.10 


18 25 


18.25 


22.00 


22,00 


2 X 16 


11 70 


12 90 


19.00 


19.00 


23 25 


23.25 


2 X 18 


13,25 


14.60 


21 50 


21.50 


26.50 


26,50 


S X 20 


14 40 


15 85 


23.50 


23 50 


28 75 


28.75 


?X 22 


15.70 


17.30 


25.50 


25.50 


31.25 


31.25 


2 X 24 


17 00 


18.70 


87.50 


27.50 


34 00 


34.00 


?X 26 


19,70 


21.70 


31.75 


31.75 


39.25 


39.25 


8x3 


4 25 


4.70 


7.25 


725 


8.50 


850 


2 X * 


500 


5.50 


8.25 


8.25 


10,00 


10.00 


3x5 


5 75 


6.35 


9.25 


9.25 


11.50 


11.50 


2 X 6 


6.80 


7.50 


11.50 


11.50 


13.75 


1375 


8x7 


7 70 


8.50 


12.25 


12.25 


15.25 


15.25 


3 X 8 


8.50 


9.35 


13.50 


13.50 


17 00 


17.00 


3x9 


9.e5 


10.20 


16.26 


15.25 


18.50 


18,50 


8 X 10 


10.00 


11.00 


16.50 


16.50 


20 00 


20 00 


3 X 11 


11.00 


12.10 


17.75 


17 75 


22.00 


a.oo 


8 X 12 


12.25 


13.50 


20.00 


20.00 


24 50 


2150 


8 X 18 


13 50 


14.85 


22 00 


iS.OO 


27 00 


27 00 


8 X 15 


14.25 


15 70 


23.50 


23.50 


28.50 


28.50 


4x4 


6.50 


7.15 


10 50 


10.50 


13 00 


13 00 


4x5 


7.25 


8.00 


12 00 


1200 


14 50 


14 50 


4X6 


8.50 


9.35 


13.50 


13.50 


17 00 


17 00 


4X8 


10.65 


11.75 


17.00 


17.00 


21 .25 


21 25 


4 X 10 


11.65 


12.85 


19.00 


19.00 


23 25 


23 25 


4 X 14 


17.00 


18.70 


28.00 


28.00 


84 00 


MOO 


4 X 18 


19.25 


21.20 


31.75 


31 75 


38 50 


38 50 


4 X 20 


21.25 


23.40 


34.75 


34.75 


42 50 


42 50 


4X2! 


27.65 


30.45 1 


42.50 


42.50 


55 25 


55 25 


4 X 24 


29.75 


82.75 ' 


46.75 


46.75 


59 50 


59 50 


in Circular 


6 70 


7.40 


10.00 


10.00 


1275 


12 75 


15 


7.70 


8.50 


12 25 


12.25 


15 25 


15 25 


20 " 


8.10 


9.90 


14.50 


14.50 


18 00 


18 00 


26 " 


11.00 


12.10 


18 2S 


18 25 


22 00 


22 00 


34 


14.70 


16 20 


Si.t'O 


24.50 


29 25 


29 25 


50 


20.00 


22 00 


32.50 


32.50 


40 00 


40 00 


74 *' 


25.50 


28.05 


40.25 


40 25 


51 00 


5100 


26 Column. 


12.75 


14.a5 


20 75 


20.75 


25 50 


25 50 


84 " 


18.00 


19.80 


9.75 


29.75 


30.00 


36.00 


50 " 


24.40 


26.85 


40 25 


40,25 


48 75 


48 75 


10 Corner. 


4.25 


4.70 


7.00 


700 


8.50 


siso 


^ :: 


5.25 


5.80 


850 


8.50 


10.50 


10.50 


7 25 


8.00 


11 75 


1175 1 


14.50 


14.50 



3 row, 20 per cent. 







TRiUE BUN DY "^"^ 
<i^i » • 

ENGINEERING OFFICE OF CHARLES E. EMERY, 

No. 22 Cortlandt Street, New York, Dec. 19, 1888. 
A. A. Griffing- Iron Co., Jersey City, N. J. 

Gentlemen : — Agreeable to your request I have irade a series of tests under similar con- 
ditions of different sized Bundy Radiators manufactured liy you, and of a number of Radia- 
tors manufactured by other parties, in which vertical iron pipes one inch in diameter are 
screwed in a base to which the steam and return connections are made. As a general result 
of the tests it may be stated tliat I find that the Bnuchj Radiators circulate more quickly 
than any form of Radiator constructed of one inch pipes arranged vertically, even though 
the same be connected at the top with return bends, and that this difference is verij marked 
when comparison is made with that form of Radiator in which the one inch tubes are closed 
at the top and circulation secured merely by interior diaphragms. The superiority arises 
evidently from the larger passages provided in the Bundy Loop and the adaptation of the 
base to the same so as to secure prompt and efficient action. On turning steam on a Bundy 
Radiator, which has become cold and filled with air, the loops successively fiJl from, the end 
where steam is supplied, to the other, whereas with the Radiator constructed of one inch 
pipes there appears to be no regularity in heating up, and much more time is required. 
This is particularly the case with those constructed with pipes closed at their upper ends, 
and it is not uncommon for several of these to remain cold until heated by the surrounding 
pipes, and one or two near the steam inlet may thus be cold for a considerable time after 
the tubes at the other end of the Radiator have become thoroughly heated. All these points 
have an important hearing on Radiators for use in dwellings or elsewhere where the pressure 
is very low, in fact sometimes below the atmosphere, so that air entermg through the 
shghtest leaks, or derived from the water in the boiler, stops the circulation in a portion 
of the heating surface, and an irregular effect is produced. It has still a more miportant 
bearing on the use of direct Radiators when the supply of steam to the same is electrically 
controlled. With such apparatus it is necessary that the steam circulate promptly when it 
is turned on, as the mean temperature can only be maintained by shutting off and turning 
on the steam at short intervals. 

The second question that arises is as to the efficiency of a given amount of surface in 
Radiators of different kinds after circulation is fully estahlished. It is customary to make 
these tests by comparing the amounts of water condensed under similar conditions, and this 
plan was adopted in this case, unusual care being taken to make the results strictly compar- 
ative as is shown hereafter. 

Wlien steam, circulating freely, imparts heat through one side of the plate, the amount 
of condensation which will take place and the quantity of heat unparted will depend upon 
the degree and time of exposure of the other side of plate to heat absorbing substances, 
such as fixed bodies receiving heat by radiation or currents of air receiving heat principally 
by direct contact, and to but a limited extent by radiation. 

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T»iDE BUNDY«^» 
< 1^1 » 

With indirect radiation, the condensation, other things being equal, is chiefly influenced 
by the quantity of air circulated over the surface. With ordinary Eadiators the circulation 
is only that produced by difference in temperature. The heating surface of a direct Radia- 
tor can be divided in two kinds, viz : 1 — The direct surface, or that on the outside of the 
Radiator considered as a whole, which therefore radiates directly into the surrounding space, 
and is also in contact with currents of air of large volume, and — 2 — The " masked " surface, 
or that on the sides of the several tubes which are turned toward each other so that the 
heat is radiated back and forth from one tube to another, and only that transmitted which 
can be absorbed l)y direct contact with, and a slight radiation to currents of air of limited 
area passing upward l^etween the tubes. It will be seen therefore that the " direct " surfaces 
are very much more efficient than the " masked " surfaces, and that that Radiator with a 
given amount of heating surface will l)e most efficient which has the least " masked " surface 
compared to its outer l)ounding or "direct" surface. For this reason, any Radiator, made 
up of a single row of pipes or loops of any shape is more efficient for a given surface than 
one with more than one row, and the loss of efficiency increases with the number of rows 
as more and more of the surface is " masked " and become relatively less efficient. 

I find tlmt your competitors have taken advantage of this state of facts and inMislied 
results in which a favorable form of Radicdors of their manufacture was compcvred with a 
less favorable form of your manufacture, thereby showing your type of Radiator to be 
inferior, and it is interesting to state that I have found, upon reversing the conditions 
and selecting a favoraljle form of Radiator of your manufacture and comparing the same 
with a less favorable form of their manufacture, that I obtained results showing your op- 
ponents' Radiators very much inferior to yours. This state of facts will astonish those who 
have hitherto supposed that differences in result can only be due to the type of Radiator, as 
the fact that they can be secured by a mere selection of Radiators of the same type contain- 
ing the same heating surface is not generally known. 

Again, in the experiments of one of your opponents, the steam and water connections 
of the Bundy Radiator were in the same end of the base. It is practically known that a 
very great difference may be secured in the performance of different Radiators by the way 
they are graded. In a strictly comparative test the water of condensation should trickle 
along the bottom of the base from the receiving end to the return end without chance of 
accumulation. With both connections in the same end of the base, or a base improperly 
graded, the water may be backed up and discharged intermittently, thereby not only inter- 
fering with the regular measurement but preventing the full efficiency of the surface by 
having a portion of the base covered with water for the whole or a portion of the time, even 
though the action may not be sufficient to cause interference in the circulation in the 
tubes. 

In the tests made by your o^jponents, a loi^g, thin Radiator of their own, manufacture, 
teas Xiluced along side and relatively near a short, thick Bundy R/uliator. It is evident, there- 
fore, that one Radiator partially " masked " the other in the same way that one tube 
"masks" another, as above explained, on which basLs their long Radiator reduced the 
efficiency of the whole of one side of your short one, while yours on the other hand could 

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<i^i» 

only reduce the efficiency of a part of the length of theirs. By simply reversing the condi- 
tions and comparing a Radiator of your manufacture with a return bend Eadiator made by 
yom' opponents, commercially rated and of almost identically the same actual surface, the 
experiments showed coucJasivelij a superiorifijoftlieBundjiItddidtorof 19.17 percent, when 
the surfaces were left m the conchtion they were furnished by the manufacturer, even 
when the masking of one by the other was prevented by separating the competing Radia- 
tors a considerable distance and placing a screen between them. This superiority was re- 
duced 5.7 per cent, when the stu'faces were thoroughly covered with thick paint, but with 
this allowance the Bundy Radiator was still very greatly superior. 

It iciU be observed, cdso, that the Bundy form of Radicdor teoukl suffer less in the natural 
process of selection than any form cf Radicdor made up of vert iced o)ie inch tubes. Radiators, 
particularly in small rooms, are necessarily selected to approximately fit a partic- 
ular place, and therefore those of substantially the same length and height would be used 
independent of type, and since each of your tubes contains three square feet of surface, and 
each inch pipe only one square foot, it is evident that in such process of selection, even by 
parties who did not know the advantage of so doing, your one-row Radiator would be select- 
ed, where two or three rows of inch pipe would be required, and your two-row where from 
four to six rows of inch pipe would be needed to keep within the same length, so that on the 
average a superior form of your Radiator would be used more often than when the Radiator 
was made up of small tubes. 

There were upwards of two hundred tests made for your information on the general 
subject b}' the writer, with the assistance of Mr. H. W. York. The results will be found of 
great value in suggesting still further improvements in your akeady excellent designs and 
proportions, but involved such a mass of detail that it would be difficult to properly edit and 
pubhsh them in such form as to be useful to the trade. It will, however, be seen that inde- 
pendent of the efficiency of the radiating stirface above explained, th i Bundy Radiator is 
superior to the others tested in freedom of circulation, and in the relative amount of direct 
or effective heating surface , compared with that wliich is masked or ineffective. 

In connection with the experiments, I have carefully measured the radiating surface of 

two five-loop Bundy Radiators, with the foUowing results : 

Total radiating surf ace with " Standard " loop.s, - - 15.11 square feet. 
Total radiating surf ace with " Enlarged " loops, - - - 17.99 square feet. 

[signed] CHARLES E. EMERY. 

SUMMARY OF CHARLES E. EMERY'S REPORT. 

NOTE : — For the benefit of those who feel that they cannot spare the time to read the above report, although we believe 
it will pay any one to do so, we sum up the entire matter briefly in the following : 

CHAS. E. EMERY, M. E., after making 200 competitive tests, using the Bundy with every other type of Radiator manu- 
factured, /i/u/s an average siiperiofity for the Bundy of 19.17 per cent. 

Also, that the tests made by our competitors who have used a favorite form of their Radiator and a less favorable form of 
Bundy, have no significance whatever, unless it be a flattering admission of the Bundy's superiority signified by their xmder- 
handed attempt to mislead the public. 

Also, that after meas\iring carefxilly the surface of the Bundy Radiators, he reports that they are actually in excess of 
what we claim for them, in one case .11 square feet, and another .49 square feet. 

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TRADE BUNDY"-"^- 

^•^•¥' 

OFFICE, NEW PENSION BUILDINQ, 

1316 N. St., N. W. 
GEN. M. C. MEIGS, U. S. A. 

A. A. GRIFFING IRON CO., "Washington, D. C, April 2nd, 1886. 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Gentlemen :— I have duly received a copy of the Illustrated Catalogue of the Bundy Steam 
Radiator made by your company. 

I kiioir of no better steam heater. I first made its acquaintance on a large scale in the 
erection of the National Museum in this city, where it is used to heat a building of 328 
feet square, containing about 3,000,000 cubic feet of space. I was so well satisfied with its 
work in that building that I specified it in contracting for the heating of the New Pension 
Building, also in Washington. 

I have heated this building containing 0,770,200 euMc feet of air sjiace, exclusive of cel- 
lars, in a building of 3 stories covering a ground plan of 400x200 feet and 150 feet to the 
ridge of its central roof, since the first of March, 1885. The ratios are for the north rooms 
1 sq. foot of Radiator surface to 111 cubic feet of air space. In the south rooms, 1 to 135; 
in the east and w^est rooms, 1 to 123, and for the great hall which these rooms surround and 
enclose to the height of 80 feet, and w^hich itself eontaiJis orer 4,000,000 cubic feet of apace 
only, 1 sq. foot of radiating surface to 777 cubic feet of air space. The building is daily oc- 
cupied by about 1,600 persons engaged in sedentary employment, and though the thermome- 
ter out of doors during the past winter has been frequently much below^ zero, no one has com- 
plained ofbeintf itisafficientlij irarmed, either in room or hall. A better test of the value and 
eflBciency of a Radiator can scarcely be looked for. 

Yours respectfully, 

M. C. MEIGS, 

Quartermaster General (retired). 
Brevet Major General, U. S. A., and 
Architect New Pension Building. 



CEN. M. C. MEIGS' EXPERIENCE WITH THE BUNDY RADIATOR. 

NOTE:^r/te above letter shoifs rcsit/fs irilh the lUiinly litididtur le/iii/i li<ire never been even approtiched 
by nny other. In a word it means that the immense New Pension Building at Washington, which has a maximum 
of glass surface, is satisfactorily warmed by the Bundy Kadiator on the following adjustments : 

In the North Rooms, 1 square feet Heating Surface to 111 cubic feet Air Space. 

" " South Rooms, 1 " " " " " 135 " " " '< 

" " East and West Rooms, 1 " " " " " 123 " " " " 

" " Great Hall, 1 " " " " " 777 " " " " 

BEING AN AVERAGE ADJUSTMENT FOR THE ENTIRE BUILDING OF 

I SQUARE FOOT BUNDY HEATING SURFACE TO 275 CUBIC FEET AIR SPACE, 

which is undisputable proof that the Bundy Radiator is the most powerful heater on the market, and that less of 
its surface can be used and precisely the same results obtained, or with the same amount of surface the apparatus will 
always work easier, be more economical, consume less fuel and require less attention. 



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LlBRARy 



OK IJSMTEWT OFFICE 

,j| I^E FEI^ENCES ^np ^ DVEI^TISEMEnTS. p j.^ 




^^ hKE following pages we have devoted to references, testimonial letters and 
advertisements : 

The references comprise a list of about twenty-five thousand names of 
parties who are using the Bundy Radiator. We could not get the names 
of them all, l)ut have enough to show the world wide Rdoi)tion of the goods, 
and if you will take the time to write a few of the parties, they will say whether they 
have given satisfaction or not. 

The testimonial letters have been selected from among thousands of others which 
we have on our files. Every incoming mail brings more of them. "With over thirty 
million feet of surface now in use, all of which is giving the best of satisfaction, it is 
not surprising that they keep coming in. Use the goods yourself and you will want to 
add yours to them. 

A word regarding our advertisements may not be out of place. They have been 
selected with great care, and the concerns they represent are niaking goods that can be 
depended on, and we ask our friends and patrons to favor these parties with their 
orders when it is a possible thing. 

Thanking you heartily for past favors and soliciting a continuance of your esteemed 
patronage, we remain, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Co7 / 3^ 



Very respectfully yours, 

A. A. GRIFFING IRON CO. 



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THE BOYNTON HOT WATER HOUSE WARMING HEATER 

For Private Residences, Schools, Churches, Public Institutions, Greenhouses, Etc. 

PATENTED AUGUST 6th. 1889. 

FOR HARD OR SOFT COAL, WOOD OR 
NATURAL GAS. 




t'wteXjTT-e sizes 
NO BRICK WORK REQUIRED. 



No. of 


Height of 


Size of 


Square 
Feet of Fire 


Square feet Cubic Feet 
of Direct 1 of Space 
Radiation Heater will 

Heater will heat Direct 
carry 1 Radiation. 


Diameter 
of 


Heater 


Heater. 


Grate. 


Surface in 
Heater. 


Smoke 
Stack. 


No. o 


52 inches. 


i75^i'5 


29 


250 


7.500 


8 inches. 


** 1 


52 " 


.75^x20 


38 


400 


12,000 


8 " 


" Si52 " i7!^t25 


47 


600 


18,000 


8 " 


3I52 " , 1- 'iX}0 


^6 


800 


24,000 


8 " 


- 416, '• JIX20 


65 


950 


28,500 


9 '■ 


S 


63 •• 2.X25 




1,500 4S.OOO 


9 


6 


63 21X30 


95 


1.75° .".500 


9 ' 


7 


63 " 21X35 






9 


8 


63 •' 21x40 


125 


2.500 75.000 


10 


" 9 


63 •' 21x45 


140 


2,750 82,500 


10 




63 " ,21x50 


•55 


3.000 90,000 


10 


" 11I63 ■• 21x55 


170 


3,300 100,000 


10 



Flow and return outlets are tapped for two-inch pipe and 
three-inch to order. 

Deduct 25 per cent, from radiation, to allow for flow and 
rrturn pipes. 

For indirect radiation add fifty per cent, to Radiation and 
1-; liler Power. 

A covering of asbestos mortar on the sides and top of 
hciitcr will insure greater economy in fuel. 

For anthracite coal use Lehigh small egg size. 

Send for Illnstrsteil Pamplilet anil Prices, 



(Sectional view of Size 



ESTABLISHED 1849. 



MANUFACTURED ONLY BY 



INCORPORATED 1884. 



The BOYNTON Furnace Co., 



207 and 209 WATER STREET, 



47 and 49 DEARBORN STREET, 



NEW YORK. 



CHICAGO. 




Th(;.se Heater.s have been pronounced by scientiflc 
experts to be the mo.st effective, economical and of 
the best mechanical construction of any on the 
market. 

These Heaters are opei-ating in a most successful 
manner in many Residences, Schools, Apartment 
Houses and Greenhouses. 



:'?r Oh account of the dis.solution of the old firm in 
1882, which was established in 1849, Boynton's Cele- 
brated Furnaces.Hot Water Heaters, Ranges and Balti- 
more Heaters, with latest imprDxeiiieiits are now 
manufactured exclusively by 

THE BOYNTON FURNACE COMPANY. 



Size No. 4. 



126 





J'-^T^X; , JERSEY CITY.N.J. ~yj^^« 




Reperences. 



ALABAMA. 

ANNISTON. 

All Angel's Church. 
Anniston City Land Co. 
Anniston Inn Co. 
Boys' High School. 
McConnell & Co. 
Noble, E., residence. 
Noble Institute. 
Parker Memorial Church. 
St. Michael's Church. 
Union Depot. 
Woodstock Iron Co. 

BIBMINGHAIVI. 
Milner & Kettig, store. 
Morris Bank. 
Morris Building. 

Morris, Josiah & Co., office building. 
Pioneer Mining & Manufacturing Co. 
Tenn. Coal, Iron R. R. Co. 

DECATUR. 
The Tavern. 

FLORENCE. 
Haraldson & Murray. 

FORT I'AYNE. 

Flynn, F. M. 

HUNTSVILLE. 

Huntsville Hotel, The. 
Schrimshaw, Jas. R. 

MOBILE. 
United States Custom House. 
United States Post Office. 

MONTGOMERT. 
Forbes, Liddell & Co. 
Friedman Vinegar Works. 

SHEFFIELD. 
First National Bank. 

TALLADEGA. 
Alabama Institute for the Blind. 
Johnson, J. H., Principal. 
Stewart , E. O. 

ARKANSAS. 

FORT SMITH. 

Boraford, Plumbing Co. 

Cooke, C. M., residence. 

Hall, Chas., residence. 

Johnson, W. J., residence. 

Park, J. S., Cashier ist National Bank. 

Rogers, D. F., residence. 

Wheeler, Stephen, residence. 

HOT SPRINGS. 
Hot Springs Plumbing & Machine Co. 

LITTLE KOCK. 
Arkansas Pump & Pipe Co. 
Peay, N. & Co. 
Penzel, Chas. F., residence. 
Roots, Col. L. H., residence. 
Thompson, C. H. 
Wells & Dungan. 



VAN BURAN. 

Bomford Plumbing Co. 

CALIFORNIA. 

BERKLEY. 

Sutton, A. M. 

EAST OAKLAND. 
Mills College. 

EDENTALE. 

Hayes, E. A. 
Hayes, J. O. 

GRASS VALLEY. 

Redder, J. E. 

HUMBOLT CO. 

Court House, Eureka. 

LOS ANGELES. 

Scott, J. W. 

LOS GATOS. 

Noviciate College. 

MISSION. 
Mclvers, C, 

NAPA. 

Goodman, H. P., Masonic Temple. 

Holden, S. E. 

Menassa, E. 

Norton, J. 

Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Wylie, Rev. H. 

OAKLAND. 
Adult Blind Asylun- 
Bailey, A. H 
Brown, A. 
Burdick, Dr 
Gray, G. H. 
Handy, E. 
Hawley, G. T. 
Kelley, Geo. B. 
McElrath, J. E. 
Tabiola Hospital. 
Varney, Thos. 

SAN DIEGO. 
Consolidated National Bank. 

New San Diego Court House. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

jEma Fire Insurance Co., office building 

Bank of California. 

Brooklyn Cooperage Co. 

Chambers, R. C. 

Cloulier, Frank. 

Day, Thos. & Co. 

Elsen Vinegar Co. 

Hanson & Co. 

Harvey, C. D. 

Higgins, B 

Hoag, W. 

Home Savings Bank. 

Howard, W H. 

Langley & Michaels. 

Lick House. 

Lick Paper Co. 

Lincoln, J. 



Montague, W. W. & Co. 
Pacific Pine Lumber Co. 
Rosenfeldt, J. 
Sloane, W. & J. Co. 
St. Luke Hospital. 
Whittier, Fuller & Co. 

SAN OABRIEI. 
Hotel San Gabriel. 

SAN JOSE. 
Sanitarium, Sisters of Mercy. 

SAN LORENZO. 
Lewellyn, E. fruit grower. 

SAN RAFAEL. 
Hotel San Rafael. 

SANTA MONICA. 
Scott, J. W. 

STOCKTON. 
Stockton Insane Asylum. 

WOODLAND. 

Stephens, I. D. 

GANADA.S-^ 

HAMILTON. 

Asylum for the Insane. 

City Halls. 

Clark, Adam. 

Fairley & Stewart. 

Gibson, J., M. P. P., residence. 

Gurney, E. & C. Co. 

Hendrie, W., residence. 

Mallock, F. S., residence. 

McPherson, James, residence. 

Middleton, J. T., residence. 

Mills, W., residence. 

Morgan, Chas., offices. 

Orphans' Home. 

Post Office. 

Squibb, Frank. 

Stevenson & Poulter. 

Van Allen, E,, residence. 

Walsh, W. 

Y. M. C. A. Building. 

MONTREAL. 

Ambrose, J. D. L. 

Angelican Rectory. 

Bank of Montreal. 

Burland, G. B. 

Caines, F. 

Caislock, Geo. 

Cairns, W. 

Cheese, W. E. 

Clarke, W. J. 

Costigan, W. T. 

Date, John. 

Davis, G. 

Desbarats, G. E. 

Drummond, Hon. G. A. 

Evans, W E. 

Fish, E. J. 

Fresch, T. 

Grand Trunk R. R. Station. 

Gross, W. 



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105, 107, 109 and 111 PLYMOUTH STREET, 
JERSEY CITY, N. J. 

BRASS FOUNDERS, 



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and manufacturers. 



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Tensile Strength between 70,000 and 80,000 lbs. per square Inch. 

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and lotver grade iron tvifJi less percentage of had castings, and increases tensile strength ..'0 to 
25 per cent. 



INGOT METALS FOR BRASS FOUNDERS. 

We carry large stoch of Ingot Pliosphor Bronze, Manganese Bronze, Aluminum 
Bronze, Gun Meted, Brass, Composition, Carhon Bronze, also Castings of ahore metals, 
Special Castings for Electrical Work in Tin, Cojjper, Lead, Ahiminmn, Zinc. 

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References. 



Gurney, E. & C. Co. 

Hardisty, J. 

Hiam, T. 

Hickey, J. 

Hughes, W. 

Imperial Fire Insurance Co. 

Kenwood, R. 

Lockerty. A. 

Masson Estate. 

Millen, H. 

Kelson, T. E. 

New York L'fe Go's Building. 

Paterson, J. .A. 

Penarte Printing Co. 

Richelieu Hotel. 

Robertson, W. 

Seath, R. 

Strachin, J. 

Strachin, W. 

Standard Life Insurance Building. 

St. James Methodist Church. 

St. John's School. 

Temple Buildings. 

Thorn, W. 

Underlock, W. C. 

Walbriet, W. M. 

Weassup, Lieut. Col. 

Wilkins, Dr. 

SOrTH BBXD. 

Oliver Opera House. 

TOROTO. 
Aikens, Hon. J. C, residence. 
Bailey, J. R. , residence. 
Bank of Montreal. 
Barnhardt, Mrs., residence. 
Batton, \V. S., residence. 
Bertram, J. and A., store. 
Best, T., block of offices. 
Boeckh, Chas.. residence. 
Bolte, A., residence. 
Boone, William. 
Boustead, Aid. J. B., residence. 
Broadway Methodist Tabernacle. 
Burns, Dr., residence. 
Burroughs, W. J. 
Campbell, Donald, residence. 
Canadian Rubber Co., offices. 
Carrick, W. H. 
Carlaw, Major, residence. 
Carroll, Mrs., residence. 
Clafne, Schlect & Field. 
Clark, J., residence. 
Clatworthy, G., residence. 
Cuthie, C. 

Copp, J. C. , residence. 
Collins, Mrs., hotel. 
Cornell. W. E., block of offices. 
Cox, A., residence. 
Crane, S., residence. 
Dickson, J., residence. 
Dimmick, C. R. S. 



Dominion Bank Building. 

Faulkner, G. , residence. 

Firstbrooke & Co., offices. 

Fisken, John, block of offices. 

Foy, J. J., residence. 

Gooch, R. N., block of offices. 

Graham, Miss, residence. 

Greey, Mrs. \V. G., residence. 

Gurney, E. & C. Co. 

Hardy, G., block of offices. 

Hatton, J. S., residence. 

Haug, N. E., residence. 

Hay, R., residence. 

Holgate, Frank, residence. 

Holland, Chas., residence. 

Hospital of St. John, the Divine. 

Howland, Sir W. P., C. B. K. C. M. 

residence. 
Hurst, J. C, residence. 
Jackes, B., residence. 
Kerr, John, residence. 
Leys, John, M. P. P., residence. 
Lord, R. F., residence. 
Lunness, J., residence. 
Manning's Arcade. 
Mark, A. J., residence. 
McFarlane, McKinley & Co., offices. 
McGuire, \V. J. & Co. 
McKay, Donald, residence. 
McLean, A., residence. 
Merritt, W. M., residence. 
Miller, G. M., block of offices. 
Millichamp, R., residence. 
Morphy, Mrs., residence. 
Morse, W., residence. 
Murphy, Mrs., residence. 
Myles, R., residence. 
Normal School. 
O'Neil, J., block of offices. 
Ontario Lead and Barb Wire Co., offices. 
Piper. Hiram, residence. 
Potts, Rev. Dr., residence. 
Powers, J., hotel. 
Proudfoot, Hon. W., residence. 
Richardson, S., hotel. 
Rogers, Elias, residence. 
Rolph, J. T., residence. 
Royal Oil Co., offic<:s. 
Scott, J., residence. 
Sellars, Chas. 
Smith, Austin, residence. 
Smith, J. B., residence. 
Snider, E., residence. 
St. Paul's R. C. Church. 
St. Mary's R. C. Church. 
Strathy, H. H., block of offices. 
Taylor, H. A., residence. 
Thompson, J. L., residence. 
Thomps n, W. S., residence. 
Tomlin, B. , residence. 
Toronto General Trust Co. 



Walker House Annex. 
Warren, W. A., residence. 
Webb, Mr., residence. 
West, R., residence. 
Williams, R. S., offices. 
Williams, S., residence. 
Wilson, Sir Adam, residence. 
Wilson, J., residence. 
Wilson, W., residence. 
Wilson, W. D., residence. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

BATHUKST. 

Dominion Government Building. 

MANITOBA. 

TVINNIPEG. 

Gurney, E. and C. A: Co. 

FREDKICTOX. 
Blair, Attorney-General, A. G. 
Edgecombe, F. B, 
Queen Hotel. 

I-EWISTILLE. 
Lockhart, M. 

MONCTON. 
Connors, T. C. 
Elliott, Wm. 

NE^VCA.STLE. 
Hickson, Wm. 

ST. JOHNS, 
Barker, Dr. F. C, residence. 
Blake, G. E. 
Dunn, E. G. 

Ferguson, R. E., residence. 
Gear & Co. 
Lawrence, Bela. 
Robertson, J. E. 
Royal Hotel. 
Victoria Hotel. 
Wisdom &; Fish. 

ST. STEPHENS. 

Dominion Government Building. 
Eaton, G. B. 
McKenna, P. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

AMHEKST. 

Bank of Nova Scotia. 

ADTICOnSH. 
Kirk, D. G. 

HALIFAX. 
Church of England Institute. 
Halifa.N; Hotel. 
Queen Hotel. 
Victoria General Hospital. 

lUNENBERG. 
Davison, F. 

NEW GL.A.SGOW. 
St. James Church. 
Sutherland, H. 
Thompson, A. C. 
United Presbvterian Church. 



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r FBRGUSON • BOIL-ER -r 

FOR STEAM OR HOT WATER HEATING. 

Made in Six Sizes; Heating from 13,000 Cubic Feet to 100,000[ Cubic Feet. 



Tils Boiler has a Positive aiil Bapll Clrtolali if i Water Tliroiloot all Its Parts. 



STATE CAPITOL, Albany, Feb. 5, 1888. 
To THE Ferguson Boii.eu Company, 
Gentlemen : 

I have examined your boiler in its construc- 
tion and operation, and am of the opinion that 
you have a first-class boiler for steam or tint water 
heating, and one that will be very highly apprc- 
ciiited when given trial. In its construction it 
is strong and durable, easy to clean and repair, 
automatic in its operation, occupying very little 
space in its position, and a very extrnor- 
dinary steamiit(f cajtocity, which I can 
only account for in the circulating pipes running 
from top to bottom of boiler on outside of shfll, 
thereby producing a constant and rapid circulation 
and mixture of water of different temperatures in 
boiler, and a constant change of water in contact 
with heating surface ; a condition well known to 
steam users as necessary for quick and economical 
production of steam ; also in the additional heat- 
ing surface in circulating tubes, and position of 
same in the escaping gases to chimney, which would 
be lost in other types of boilers. 
Yours truly, 

WILLIAM .L NORWOOD, 

Chief Engineer. 




/H^R would call the attention of the public to our new boiler, (patented February 1, 1887,) and to its-principal point, 
^S^ the outside circulating pipes which are located on the outside of the shell, and inside the return flue. By means 
of these pipes the water in the boiler i.s kept constantly in rapid and positive circulation over the heated portions, thereby 
the more rapidly absorbing the heat ; generating the steam more rapidly and steadily with a great saving in fuel 
and attention. 

They are built of the best steel, in the best manner, having coal-magazine entirely surrounded by water, which 
keeps the coal at a low temperature. Milling and anti-clinker grates, automatic dampers for regulating pressure of 
steam and controlling draughts ; also all appliances necessary to the best working of the boilers. 

By filling the coal-magazine, shaking the grate, taking up the ashes once a day, there is little else to do. 

We claim that our boiler requires less attention than the ordinary parlor stove, and will use loss fuel to heat the 
same amount of space, saving all the annoyances of dust, ashes and gas. 

SEND F"OR CATALOGUE. 

FERGUSON BOILER COMPANY, 



No. 1 Church Street, cor. Broadway, 



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I^EPERENCES. 



SEDNET. 

Hill, T. C. 

TBUBO. 

Chambers Woodworking Co. 
Cummings & Son. 
Hanson, \Vm. 

•EAKMODTH. 

Boston & Marine Ins. Building. 
Dominion Government Buildings. 

ONTARIO. 

BELLETIIXE. 

Chown, W. W. 

Corby H., M. P., residence. 

BROCKVIIXE. 
Alexander Jas., residence. 
Buell, Chas., residence. 
Court House. 
Fitzimmion, Wm. 
McCram, John, residence. 
McLean, Geo., residence. 

CARGII.I.. 

Cargill, H., M. P. 

CHATHAM. 
St. Joseph R. C. Church. 
Watt, Jas. & Son. 

CORNWAI,!.. 
Cornwall Court House. 

DESEROXTO. 
The Rathburn Co. 

ELIZABETHTOWN. 
The County Court House. 

ESSEX CENTRE. 
Dewar. Dr. 

GOODERICH. 
Jas. Saunders & Son. 

GUELPH. 
Church of Our Lady Immaculate. 

IBOQUIS. 
Ball, W. D. 
Beech, M. F. 

KINCARDrSE. 
Baird, R.. residence. 

KINGSTON. 
Jamieson, J. 
McKelvey & Birch. 
St. Mary's R. C. Cathedral. 
LONDON. 
.\sylum for Insane. 
Smith Bros, 

MIMICO. 
Asylum Cottages. 

ORrLUA. 
Slavin, Dr., residence. 

OTTOWA. 
Experimental Farm. 
McKinley & N'orlhwood. 
Perlhomine, Rev. Father. 
Topley, H. D. 

PEMBROKE. 

Chapman, C. 



PERTH. 

Hicks Hotel. 
Kellock, J. F. 
Meighen, W. 

PRESCOTT. 

Ross, R. W. 

S3IITHS FALLS. 

Frost, F. 

WINONA. 

Carpenter, T. H. P., residence. 
■WOODSTOCK. 

Patterson Bros., oiBces. 

PRINCE EDWARD'S 
ISLAND. 

CHARLOTTETOWN. 

Bank of N'ova Scotia, (branch). 

Government Buildings. 

Hotel Davies. 

Pato->, Jas. 

Sullivan, Judge, (Chief Justice of P. E. I.) 

SUMMERSIDE. 
Brennan, W. C. 
Clarke, T. 

QUEBEC. 

CORNWALL. 

Rossmore House. 

HUNTINGTON. 
Marshall, R. C. 

OUEBEC. 
Florence Hotel. 

ST. HYACINTH. 
Raymond & Frete. 

ST. JOHNS. 
Danderand, H. C. 



CHILI. 



SAN DIEGO. 
San Diego College. 

COLORADO. 

ASPEN. 

Brown's Block. 

CANON CITT. 

Penitentiary Building. 

COLORADO. 

Colorado Springs School. 

Cutler's Hotel. 

Exchange National Bank. 

Garfield School. 

Hall, H. H., residence. 

Lincoln School. 

Merrill, W. H. D. 

Pease & Barber. 

Robinson, F. E., residence. 

Spalding Hotel. 

St. Francis Hospital. 



DENVER. 

Albany Hotel. 

Arcade Saloon. 

Badgely & Watkins. 

Barclay Block. 

Beggs & Tracy. 

Bortch, Charles. 

Butterfield Block. 

Chain & Hardy. 

Cheever Block. 

Clayton Block. 

County Jail. 

Cresswell, Joseph. 

Cutshaw, L. 

Daniels & Fisher, store. 

Davis, Cresswell & Co. 

Denver High School. 

Denver National Bank. 

Eddy, Edward, residence. 

Essex Building. 

First National Bank. 

Fishel Bros. & Wise. 

Good Block. 

Granite Building. 

Hallack & Howard Block. 

Hughes, A. S., residence. 

Kountz, C. B. 

McCarthy & Inness. 

Masonic Temple. 

Moffett, D. H. 

National Tube Works. 

Paradise, F. H. 

Parsonage Central Presbyterian Church. 

Reilley, C. J. 

Richelieu Hotel. 

Rogers, J. 

Sisters' Hospital. 

Smith, C. H. 

Smith's Restaurant. 

Spangler, M., residence. 

The Markham. 

Union Pacific Hospital. 

GLENWOOD SPRINGS. 
Glenwood Springs Hotel. 

HOLTOKE. 
Porter, H. J. 

MANITOU. 
Iron Springs Hotel. 

OURAY. 
Beaumont Hotel. 

PALMER LAKE. 
A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co. Depot. 

SALIDA. 
Denver & Rio Grande R. R. offices. 

SALINA. 
D. R. S., offices. 

CONNECTICUT. 

ANSONIA. 

Ansonia Brass & Copper Co. 
Ansonia Hall. 



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PUMP SUCTIONS AND DISCHARGES, Etc., Etc. 

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IXEFERENCES. 



Anson C, residence. 
IJanholmevv, Dana, residence. 
BiUam, H. S., residence. 
Clemins, F. & M. Co. 
Farrell Foundry & Machine Co. 
Finn House. 

Gilpin, Joseph, residence. 
Hobday, J., residence. 
Hitchcock, Dr. M. C. 
Jackson, John, residence. 
Jackson, Martin, residence. 
Moore, Chas., residence. 
Sceneller, Geo. W. O., residence. 
Slade, William, residence. 
Somers, David, residence. 
Terry, T. P. & Son. 
Tooles, H. B., residence. 
The Electrical Supply Co. 
Wooster, C. B. 

BIRMINGHAM. 

Ailing, A. H., residence. 
Arnold, Geo. A., residence. 
Atwater, Chas. E , residence. 
Atvvater, W. C , residence. 
Baldwin, N. D., residence. 
Bassett House, hotel. 
Bassett, T. S. 
Bassett, R. M. 
Birmingham Iron Foundry. 
Birmingham Public School. 
Brinsmade, D. S. 
City Hall. 
Clark, D. N. 
Coss, A. J. 

DeForest, T. B., residence. 
DeForrest, H. S., residence. 
Derby Gas Co., office. 
Derby Savings Bank. 
Derby Silver Co., office. 
Downes, William E., residence. 
Downes, C. N., residence. 
Downes, S. A., residence. 
Fennelly, Martin, residence. 
Flaherty, M., residence. 
Flanket, M. F., residence. 
Hallock, F., residence. 
Kennedy, Rev. P. M., residence. 
Kelley, D. H., store. 
Krauss, L. & Co. 
Lewis, E. Jr. 

Loomer, L. L , residence. 
McEmemey, Mrs. P. 
Maltby, E. C. & Son. 
Miller, Wm. E., store. 
Miller, W. J., residence. 
Peck, E. W. & Co. 
Perry, F. G., residence. 
Plumb, D. W., residence. 
Radcliffe, Thos. , residence. 
Roberts, H. J., residence. 



Shellon, E. N., residence. 

Shelton & Co., shop. 

Skelton Public School. 

Smith, A. R., reside ce. 

Smith, E. S., residence. 

Sterling, C. A., residence. 

Sterling Organ Co. 

St. Mary's Church and Parsonage 

Tomlinson, Joseph, residence. 

Torrance, David, residence. 

Turney, G. H., residence. 

Waite, Frank, residence. 

Williams, W. H., residence 

Wilkinson, Williams. 

Wooster, Wm. B. 

Wise, James N., residence. 

BKIDGEPOUT. 
Armstrong, F. M'f'g Co. 
Atwater, Henry. 
Association Charters. 
Barnura's Building. 
Barnum's Gymnasium. 
Barnum, P. T. 
Beebe, Dr. W. B., residence. 
Bill, Dr. Curtis H. 
I^ridgeport Steam Boat Co. 
Bridgeport Steam Heating Co. 
Christ Church (Episcopal). 
Copeland Bros. 
First National Bank. 
Fitch's Soldiers Home. 
Golden Hill Seminary. 
Goodsell, Zalmon. 
Hillside Seminary. 
High School Building. 
Hopkins, Alfred, residence. 
Howland & Drouve. 
Longstaff, & Hurd, Archts, office. 
Lyon & Gunnan. 
Marsh, Clark. 
Nash, Mrs. Isabella. 
Nawves Opera House. 
New Fire Department Building. 
Park City Clothing Store. 
People's Savings Bank. 

Perry, W. H., Treasurer W. & W. S. Mach. Co. 
Plant Hardware Co. 
Post Office Building. 
Prospect Street School. 
Read, The D. M. Co. 
Revilinor, S., President Wilmot & Hobbs 

M'f'g Co., residence, 
Rogers & Morford. 

Rothwell, Chas. R., Agent for P. T. Barnum. 
Silliman, Fred'k. 
Springfield Emery Wheel Co. 
St. John's Church. 
Stackpole & Lahan. 
Strang, Dr. C. W. 
Stevenson, G. F. & Co. 
United States Express Co. 



Van Keureii, Louis. 
Vanstone & Westlake. 
Waldo, Geo. C. 
Wheeler Building. 
Wheeler, N. 
Wheeler & Wilson, 
Wilson, Dr. L. M. 
Wren, P. W. 

ItKISTOL. 
Bristol Brass & Clock Co. 
Coleman, P. J. 
Hubbard, E. G. 
Judson, Mrs. Julia. 
Morse, H. T. 
Skelly, J. W. & Son. 

DANBUKY. 

Baldwin, E. M., residence 

Beckerle, Wm., residence. 

Crofut, Henry, residence. 

Daisie, J. L. 

Hopkins, Le Grand, residence. 

Hopkins, L. L., residence. 

Hull & Rogers. 

Ives, J. M., The Co. 

Jones, Timothy. 

Lasola, F. F., residence. 

Morris, E. S. & Co. 

New City Hall. 

New Street Public School. 

Purdy, Horace & Son, office, 

Ryder, Dr. Wm. H., residence. 

Thomlinson, W. 

Town Club House. 

Tread well, L P. Block. 

Tweedy, Edmund, residence. 

Wildman, A. N., residence. 

United Bank Building. 

DANIELSONVILLE. 

Danielsonville Cotton Co. 

Jacobs, W. O. & Co. 

Loren, Bates, residence. 

Quinebang Co. 

Tillinghast, Westcott, residence 

DATVILLE. 

Hopkins, T. E. 

EAST HAVEN. 

Chamberlain. A. L., residence. 
Malory. Lester P., residence. 
Malory, James, residence. 
Smith, Henry, residence. 

ESSEX. 

Coleman, Geo. A. 

FAIR HAVEN. 

Bishop, F. F., residence. 
Chamberlain, C. A., residence. 
Quinpear Brewing Co. 
Smith, Henry, residence. 
Sister Mullory, residence. 



FAU.S VI LINAGE. 



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REPERENeES. 



Brown, A. L. & Son. 
Moore, Rev. D. 

nVK MII.K UIVER. 

Smith, Dr. E. E. 

GILUKKSLEEVE. 

D^iy, John B., residence. 
White, Charles, residence. 

GREENWICH. 
Allen & Marshall. 
Barrett, .T. D. 

Greenwich Loan, Trnst & Deposit Co. 
Jones, Dr. L. P. 
Mead, N. B. 
Mead, S. M. 
Odds & Whipple. 
St. Mary's Church. 
Sterling Foundry Co. 
Union Gas & Oil Stove Co. 

HARTFORn. 
Beach, H. B. & Son. 
Bosworth, N. A. 
Cheney Building. 
Cunningham, W. G, 
Hartford Orphan Asylum. 
Kno.x, Frank ]. 
Lawler, E. 
Mahl & t'inney. 
Miller Building. 
Petken Bros. & Co. 
Porter, Dr. Wm. 
Piatt, H. S. & Co. 
Schuyler Electric Light Co. 
St. Patrick's Church. 
Trinity College. 
Walker, Albert H. 

HIGGANUM. 

Crittenden, C, residence. 

Higganum Manufacturing Corporation. 

LAKEVILLE. 

Phelps, Chas. 

LOCKHAVEN. 

Martin, Samuel Z. 

MANCHESTER. 

Luther, Spencer. 

Wadsvvorth, David, residence. 

MANSFIELD DEPOT. 

Reynolds, Edwin, residence. 
R'r'ynolds, G. H., residence. 

MERIDEN. 

Cashen, Wm. B. 

Davis, C. H. S. 

Gates, C. E. 

Home National Bank. 

Kay & Taylor. 

Lyman, W. W., residence. 

Lyon & Billard Co., The, office. 

Manning & Bowman. 

Meriden High School. 

Meriden Malleable Iron Co. office. 

Merriam, A., residence. 



Miller, E. & Co. 

Morehouse, H. L., office and lumber mill. 

Reiley, R. J. 

Wheeler, F. .1. 

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. 

MIDDtETOWN. 
Barley & Stothart. 

MYSTIC BRIDGE. 

Langworthy, Mrs. Sam'l., residence. 
Mattison, R. R. 
Newbury, Chas. 
Newbury, T. H. 

MYSTIC RIVER. 
Smith, F. B. 

NAUGATUCK. 
Fagan, Rev. James. 
Page, J. M. cSi Co. 
Town Hall. 
Tuttle, B. B.. residence. 

NEW BRITAIN. 

Bassett, S. 

Beard, L. H. .V Co. 

Beaton, A. J. 

Cadwell, W. 

Case, C. L 

Comings, B. N., M. D. 

Goodrich, F. M. 

Kenlock, W. G, 

Schmidt, F. W. 

Stanley, Theodore A. 

Tyler, G. 

NEW HARTFORD. 
Droune, John. 
Gates, Henry W. 
Greenwoods Co., The 
Greenwoods School. 
North End School. 
Smith, Henry T. 
Smith, R. R. 
Smith & Spencer. 
Spencer, George A. 
St. Marys School and Convent. 
Weaver, Mrs. W. W. 

NEW HAVEN. 

Anderson, J. C. 

Atwater, E. B., residence. 

Beecher, Lyman A., residence. 

Beecher, William S , residence. 

Bennett, Thomas G. , residence. 

Bigelow Co., The. 

Bishop, A. F. 

Brown, R. H. & Co. 

Burwell, M W., residence. 

Candee, L. & Co. 

Church of the Redeemer. 

Convent of the Sisters of Mercy. 

Durham, P. C. 

Fenn, Wallace B., store. 

Foskett & Bishop. 

French, (as. R. 

Herz, Henry, store. 



Hyperion Opera House, The. 

Kimberly, C. G. 

Leonard, J. N. & Co. 

Linsley, Robert A., residence. 

Meegs & Co., store. 

Mersick, C. S. & Co. 

New Haven Steam Heating Co. 

I'arsons, W. M. 

Rowland, F. C. fi A. E., store. 

Sargent & Co. 

Second Regiment Armory. ,1 

Skelton, B. G., store. 

Smith, E. J. 

Sperry & Barnes, store. 

Steamer " Emily Mansfield." 

Steamer " F. C. & E. A. Rowland. 

Steamer "J. P. Thomas." 

Strong, Hart & Barnes, store. 

St. John's R, C. Church. 

St. Patrick's Church. 

St. Patrick's Pastoral Residence. 

Warner Hall. 

Wheeler, E. S. Co. 

NEW LONDON. 

Armory. 

Hilliar, B. H. 

Lewis, Leander. 

Mersick, C, B. & Co. 

Newman & Cronin. 

Palmer, E. A. 

Palmer, E. L. 

Rodgers, George P. 

Russell, P. W. 

Whiton, D, E., residence. 

Whiton, D. E. Machine Co. office. 

NORW^ALK. 

Fairfield Co. National Bank. 
Gregory, Silas W. 
Hyatt, Hon. James W. 
Kinimey, J. D., residence. 
Lockwood, E. K. tS: Co. 
Lockwood, Miss Julia A. 
Lockwood, Maurice DeF. 
Thomas, W. H. 
Warner, Hon. Levi. 
Wheeler, Arthur C. 

NORWICH. 

Camps, F. T. 

Court House. 

Hislop, Porteus \' Mitchels. 

Richmond Stove Co. 

PLAINVILLE. 

Beard, J. W. 

Newton, William, residence. 

Plain ville Manufacturing Co., office 

Woodford, Mrs. Sarah, residence. 

Wright, Dr. T. G., residence. 

PI.ANTSVII,I,E. 
Smith, H. D. & Co. 

POMFRET. 

Warner, Alexander. 



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Ti3:E 



BUTTON 



HOUSE HEATING 
BUNDY LOOP 



BOILER 



Patented AuKUst S, i«88. 
OTHER PATENTS PENDINQ AND ALLOWED. 



4^3™" 



THESE CUTS BHDW 



the construction of the 



BUTTON BO\UH. 



An outer water jacket or water 
leg, a fire pot formed of Bundy 
Loops and a magazine similarU 
formed. All rombine to make 
the water absorb all the heat p 
from the fire. 

The low temperature of the 



smoke pipe proves this. 





FOR STEAM 




Sectional View— from Front to Rear. 

OR HOT WATER. 

NO BOILER WILL GIVE SATISFAC- 
TION UNLESS CL EAN. NO BOI LER 
MADE CAN BE AS THOROUGHLY 
CLEANED AS THIS. OR AS EASILY, 



OR AS QUICKLY. 



Boiler being tipped up preparatoiy 
to cleaaiDg. 

SEE PACE 154. 



BUTTON BOILER CO., 



WATERFORD. N. Y. 



Front View without Trimmings. 

AN EXPERIENCE 



About five years ago a well-known manu- 
facturer selected a house-heating boiler of ap- 
proved design and placed it in his house. 
Result, as follows : First winter — entire sat- 
isfaction. Second winter — tolerable satis- 
faction. Third winter — no satisfaction. 
Fourth winter — dissatisfaction. Fifth Winter 
— a change decided upon. Now he sets a 
boiler which is always accessible, always 
easily cleaned. His trouble arose from two 
causes — the impossibility of ihoroughly clean- 
ing his old boiler, and the difficulty in repair- 
ing it when necessary. In nine boilers out of 
ten there are many places which you cannot 
clean. 

He now chooses a BUTTON BOILER. Each 
year's accumulation of soot, dirt, etc., can be 
perfectly removed from this in one-half day. 
If you have one of the 50,000 inaccessible 
boilers in use, change it. Get a BUTTON, 
which is efficient, durable, economical ; has 
40 square feet of fire surface, to i square foot 
of grate. You can clean it as thoroughly as 
you can a lamp chimney. It is vertical when 
in use, horizontal when being cleaned. 

Send for circulars. 

Address BUTTON BOILER CO.. 

Waterford, N. Y. 




Boiler tipped up, bottom off and grate out, in posi- 
tion for cleaaiag. 



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Reperbnces. 



POQUONOCK. 

Wilbraham, A. 

POKTLAND. 

Day, John B. 
Ellsworth, E. E. 
Mack, O. W., residence. 
Stewart, Capt. T., residence. 
White, C. H. 

PUTNAM. 

Houghton, A. 

Kent, B. M. 

Leavens, A. 

Le Clair, P. M. 

Putnam Foundry and Machine Corporation. 

Stoddard, Seth. 

Whittemore, William. 



Gaylor, E. F. 



KIDGEFIELD. 



KIVERSIDE. 



Pierce, C. L. 

ROCKVILLE. 

Dowling, Thomas, block. 
Furlong, Rev. J. J., residence. 
Kuhuley, E. A. 
Parker, A. B., residence. 
Parker & Barbee. 

SANDY HOOK. 
Curtis, S. 

SEYMOUR. 
Buckley, Jas. E. 
French, A. 
French, Carlos. 

Humphrey House, Jos. Riegel, proprietor. 
Rugg, F. A. 
Swan, Wm. B. 
Sykes, O. D. 

SHELTON. 

Derby Rubber Co , office. 
Nettleton, Chas. P. 

SOUTH COVENTBT. 

Tracy, E. A. 

SOUTHINGTON. 

Neal, S. D., residence. 

Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co., The. 

SOUTH MANCHESTER. 

McCaw, James. 

SOUTH NORWAI.K. 

Congregational Church. 
Donaldson, T. S. 
Meeker, W. H. & Co. 
Millard, R. G. , residence. 
Miller, George E. 
Morrison, T. H. 
Raymond & Comstock. 
South Norwalk School. 

SOUTHPORT. 

Hubbell, Rev. Geo. A., residence. 

SOUTH WINDHAM. 

Winchester, A. $., residence. 



STAMFORD. 

Begent & Lynch. 

Blickensderfer, G. C, residence. 

Brown, John M. 

CoUender, H. W., residence and factory. 

Clark & Hoyt. 

Cook, Samuel. 

Christry, Chas. R. 

Day, Dr. Edward, residence. 

Evans, Charles, residence. 

Greenwood, Wm., brick building. 

Havemeyer, H. O. 

Havvley, S. J. 

Hoyt, Harvey. 

Hoyt, Jos. B. 

Hurlburt, Dr. A. M. 

Hurlbutt, Dr. L. R., residence. 

King, H. M., residence. 

Lum, B. D. & Son. 

Lum, Geo. B., residence. 

McHaig, H H., residence. 

Reed, Stephen E., residence. 

Smith, S. T., residence. 

St. John's Church. 

Stamford National Bank. 

Stark & Wilson. 

Vail, J. E., Jr. 

Watson, A. H. 

Wilson, James, residence. 

STONINGTON. 
Stwood, Eugene. 
Weenes, D. L. 

THOMPSONVILLE. 
Cope, A. 
Leete, Arthur R. 
Mulligan, William. 

TORRINGTON. 
Morton, C. E. 

UNIONVIiLE. 
Broadbent. J. & Son. 

WALLINGFORD. 
McCormack, J. H. 

WATERBURT. 
Anderson, R. T. 
City Hall. 
Daly, M. J. 

Smith & Griggs Mfg. Co., office. 
St. Margaret's School. 
St. Patrick's Church. 
State Armory. 
Thomaston, R. T. Andrews, residence 

store. 
Waterbury Watch Co., office. 
WESTVII.LE. 
Beecher, E. B. 

■WEST -WlttlNGTON. 
Hoyle, James, residence. 

WEST WINSTEAD. 
Chase, D. B. 

WHITE RITER JUNCTION. 

Mott. H. L. 



WILH.4M ANTIC. 

Stearns, F. L 
Vanderman, Wm. 
Willson, F. M. 



WINSOR. 



Wilbraham, A. 



Adams, H. O. 
Alvord, J. H. 
Clarke & Hart, store. 
Herman, S. A. 
Strong, David, residence. 
Utton, G. W. 

DAKOTA. 

ABERDEEN. 

Aberdeen, New Club House. 
Brooks, F. W. 
Curtis & Hungerford. 
Pennant, Wm. 
Jumper, S. H. 

AMENIA. 
Chaffee, E. W. 
Chaffee, H. F., residence. 

ARTItLA.. 
Brown, Rev. J. A. 

CENTEKVII.I.B. 

Rowley, F. M. 

DEADWOOD. 

Harding, L. G. 
Syndicate Block. 

FARGO. 
Fargo Engine & Boiler Works. 

GRAND FORKS. 
Whithed, A. L. 

LISBON. 
McWilliams R. A, residence. 

SIOUX FALLS. 
Dow, W. L. 
Metropolitan Block. 

WATEBTOWN. 
Heegaard & Co. 

WESTPORT. 
Eno, W. P. 

TANKTON. 
Burns, Robt. W., residence. 
Madole, S. C, residence. 
Pierce, J. T. M. 
Potter. J. B. 
Scongel, Geo. R. 
Union Block. 
Yankton Heating «& Plumbing Co. 

DELAWARE. 

DOVER. 

Forbes, J. A. 
Hotel Richardson. 
Jones, E. L. & Co. 
Lewis, Dr. Ed. 
Liberman, Mrs. M. 
Richardson, A. B, 



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|/\AQRIFFINGIRONC0 



"Perfect" Hot Water Heater. 



(Trade Mark.) 




rniie Celebrated "-Perreel" Hot %Vater Heaters are the most powerful, economical and the 
[ only positive circulating Heaters ever made. They present 2^ times more surface exposed to the 
direct action of the lire than an}'^ other heater of eqtial diameter ; 85 per cent being fire surface and only 
15 per cent flue surface. Flue surface is of little value in Hot Water Heaters. All the water pas.ses twice 
around the tire and five times over it, absorbing heat all the way up. There is four inches of brick above 
the grate wliicli allows the coal to baomj th'.)roughly igaited before coming in contact with the water 
sections, the result is a bright, clean fire over the whole surface. Fitted with "PERFECT" triangular 
grates. Absolutely water-tight and gas-tight. Universally successful. Heating whei'e others fail. 



-w- 



"PERFECT" HOT WATER HEATER. 

(Trade Mark.) 

KICHARDSON & BOYNXON CO., 
MANUFACTURERS, 

84 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO. 232 AND 234 WATER STREET, NEW YORK. 



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References. 



ivicnardson, Henry, residence, 
Willis, Thos. 

ELKTON. 
Howard House. 

nnDDI-ETOWN. 
Bieigs, Sewell. 
Mifflin, Wm. P., residence. 

NEWARK. 

D.laware Experimental Station. 
Newarlc Vat Works. 
Newark Water Works. 
Wright, H. B. & Co., store. 
Wright, S. J , residence. 

NEW CASTLE. 
New Castle Co. Jail. 

NEW ■WILMINGTON. 
Ladies' Dormitory. 

.SEAFORD. 
Ross, W. M. 

SMYRNA. 
Hudson, Alfred. 
Hudson, J. P. 
Mifflin, J. B. 
Taylor, Gilbert, residence. 

AVILWINGTON. 
Beadenkopf, William, residence. 
Bison, Jno. C. 

Bringhurst, Edward, jr., residence. 
Bush, W. D. 
Canby, Wm. 
Central National Bank. 
Clark, Samuel B. 
Cleland, Geo. D., store. 
Delaware Hospital. 
Driscol, T. J. 
Eaton, I. N. 

Fritz, Charles E., residence. 
Gause, H. V., residence. 
Gause, H. W., residence. 
Gawthrop, Bro. & Co. 
German Hall, Association Building. 
Gillispie & Co. 
Goodley, Geo. W. 
Grand Union Hotel. 
Harlan & HoUingsworth Co. 
Hartman & Fehrenbach Co. 
Lea, Wm. & Sons Co., office. 
Lobdell, G. G. 

Lore, Hon. Charles B., residen 
Miller & Co. 
Miller & Jenkins. 
New Castle Co. Court House. 
New Castle Insane Asylum. 
Penna. R. R. Depot. 
Public School, No. i6. 
Pusey & Jones Co , The. 
Pyle, Frederic, residence. 
Pyle, Willard S., residence. 
Remington Machine Co. 
Robelen, H. F., store. 
Rogers Printing Office. 
Rumford. Mrs. H. P. 



Semple, James H., residence. 

Simmons, S. G. & Bros., office. 

Speakman, Allen, store. 

Speakman Supply & Pipe Co. 

Stewart, Charles. 

Stoeckle, Harry J., residence. 

Stocckle, Joseph, residence. 

Stirling, John Q., residence. 

Stone, G. W. 

Traynor, James F. 

Vulcanized Fibre Co. 

Willey, S. L, residence. 

Wilmington Mills Manufaclu.ring Co. 

Wilmington Skating Rink. 

Wilmington Trust and Safe Deposit Co. 

DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA. 

GEORGETOWN. 

Dents, Edward L., Iron Works. 
WASHINGTON. 

Adams, Henry, residence. 

Adams Building. 

Agricultural Building. 

Albaughs Grand Opera House. 

Alderney Dairy Building. 

Anne.\ to National Medical Museum. 

Arlington Fire Insurance Bui'ding. 

Art Gallery. 

Atlantic Building. 

Ball, C. G. & Son. 

Ballentine, William, residence. 

Baltimore & Potomac R. R. Co. 

Bayley, W. B. 

Bell, Prof. A. Graham, residence. 

Belt Line R. R., offices. 

Belvidere Hotel. 

Bergner & Engel, office. 

Bishop, Miss N., residence. 

Blaine, Hon. James G., residence 

Bover, John M. 

Bowden & Buechler. 

Boston Variety Store. 

Boyd, Col. Robert, residence. 

Bradbury, F. B. 

Britton, A. T. 

Brown, Col. W. L. 

Browne, A. B. 

Bryant, O. M., residence. 

Bureau of Education. 

Burns, George N., residence. 

Bugher, A. H., residence. 

Capsland, M., residence. 

Calverly, Edward & Co. 

Carlisle. Calderon, residence 

Carry, Albert, residence. 

Caverly, E. , residence. 

Central National Bank. 

Chappelle, N. L. & Co. 

Church of the Covenant. 



Chatham, Miss A. 

Children's Hospital. 

C. & P. Telephone Building. 

Clark, General, residence. 

Clements, John T., residence. 

Columbia Institute. 

Columbia Title Insurance Building. 

Columbia Hospital, 

Columbia Preparatory Department. 

Columbia University. 

Convent of Visitation. 

Cochran Art Gallery Estate. 

Corcoran Building. 

Corcoran Fire Insurance Co.'s Building. 

Cranch School Building, 

Curtis School Building. 

Davis' Sons, Jas. Y. 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

De Alley, Jno. H., hotel. 

Demonet & Sons, Mrs. I. M. 

Dent, Edward L. & Co. 

Department of Justice Building. 

De Valin, Chas. E., residence. 

Dennison Public School. 

District Building, Commissioner's Office 

Dominican Convent. 

Dougherty, W. W. 

Ebbitt House. 

Edels Hall. 

Edmonston, Chas. R., residence. 

Emmert House. 

Entwisle, Thos. B. 

Equitable Insurance Building. 

Evans, Dr. Warwick, residence. 

Evans, John O. Building. 

Evans, John O. 

Ewald, H. C, store and residence. 

Fairman, Chas. E., residence. 

Fergerson, Cal., residence. 

Feuman, Jno. S., residence. 

Fitzgerald, N. W. & Co. 

Forrest House, hotel and residence. 

Foster, Gen. Jno. W., residence. 

Franklin School Building. 

Gale, Thos. M., residence. 

Garfield Memorial Hospital. 

Geddis. 

Gheen, Benedict, residence. 

Gheen, Fred'k., residence. 

Gibson Bros. 

Gibson, Thos, A. 

Glover Building. 

Goodfellow, Edward, residence. 

Government Hospital for Insane. 

Grant Public School. 

Grimes, M., residence. 

Groff, D. B. 

Gunton Building. 

Hagner, Dr. Chas. E. , residence. 

Harris House. 

Harris & Shafer. 

Hay, Hon. John, residence. 



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FURMAN BOILERS 



FOR HOT WATER OR STEAM HEATING, 

Have a high reputation for Staunchness, Durability and Safety, 
and are GREAT COAL SAVERS. They embody every im- 
provement that study and capital can suggest and secure, and 
are models of inventive and mechanical skill. 

Every Architect and Steam Fitter not familiar with our Boilers 
should send for a copy of our 150 page illustrated manual on 
Modern Heating and Ventilation, with tables and correct plans 
for Hot Water Work. 

LEAD THE WORLD 



.A-IDIDI^ESS 



HERENDEEN MANUFACTURING CO., GENEVA. N. Y. 



Mention Bundy Catalogue. 



We make over 50 different styles and sizes of Boilers for 

Heating Purposes. 



MO 




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References, 



Hayward & Hutchinson (three stores). 

Henrick, Christian, residence. 

Henrick, Christian, restaurant. 

Herr, Austin, residence. 

Herzog, Fred., store and residence. 

Higgins, W. 

Hill, James M. 

Hines, Hon. L. G., residence. 

Hoderman, Mrs., residence. 

Hoeke. \V. H. 

Hooe Building. 

Hoffman. Prof., residence. 

Hotel Arno. 

Hotel Normandi. 

Hotel Johnson. 

Hove Block. 

Howard University Industrial Scho<il. 

Inter-Ocean Building. 

Jefferson School Buildini^. 

Jeffries, Gen. N. L. 

Jenks, W. S. & Co. 

Johnson's Eating Saloon. 

Johnson's Law Building. 

King, Wm. B., residence. 

Lamar, Justice L. Q. C, residence. 

Lang, Mrs. J. M., residence. 

Lansburg & Bro. 

Lansburgh, Julius. 

Leitch, Wm. C, residence. 

Leitch, R., & Sons, office. 

Lincoln Hall. 

Lincoln School Building. 

Lindekohl, H., residence. 

Louise Home. 

Loyd, John, office. 

Lutheran Church, Penna. .^ve. and 2d St. 

Lutz, F. A., residence. 

Mason, E. E., residence. 

Mason, George, residence. 

Mason, Gen. John S.. residence. 

McAvoy, Geo. F. 

McDonald. Jno. A. 

McKenney, Jas. H., residence, 

McMillan, James. 

Meigs, Gen. M. C. 

Metropolitan R. R. Co.'s Offices. 

Metropolitan Club House. 

Metzerott \V. G. &: Co. , store. 

Me.xican Legation Building. 

Miles, H. C, residence. 

Mills, Henry R., residence. 

Milton Flats. 

MuUeti, A. B. 

Munson, H. T. 

Morton, Hon. L. P. , 

Morrison, H. F. 

Moore & Leding. store. 

National Institute. 

National Museum. 

National Obser\-ator>-. 

National L'nion Fire Insurance Building. 



New Addition to Corcoran Art Gallery. 
New Pension Building. 
Noble Secretary, residence. 
O'Brein's Hotel. 
Orme, J. W., residence. 
Oyster, Geo. M., residence. 
Pacific Building. 
Panorama Building 
Peabody School Building. 
Pearson, Geo. W., residence. 
Perry, Seaton. 
Poole, J. S., office building. 
Portland House. 
Prall, W. E. 
Providence Hospital. 
Quartermaster's Office. 
Quinter, Jos. R. 

Real Estate Title Insurance liullding. 
Reed, G. R., residence. 
Richmond cS Danville R R. Co.. oSices. 
Riggs, E. Francis, residence. 
Roche's Marble and Slate Mantel Factory 
Rochester, Gen., Paymaster (len , re;i<icnce. 
Saks, A. & Co., store. 
Sargeant, M. 

Sawyer, Senator, residence. 
Seaton School Building. 
Second National Bank. 
Schafer E. G. & Co., office. 
Schmitt, V. F. 

Schneider, L. H., residence. 
Solen Bros." Hotel. 

Sisters of Notre Dame, N. Capital and K streets. 
Small & Sons, J. H. 
Smith, Mrs. Katherine, residence. 
Smith, Thos. W. , residence. 
Smithsonian Institute. 
Snow, C. A. 

Shoreham Apartment House. 
Spaulding, Wm. L. 
Spaulding. Harvey, residence. 
St. Ann's Infant Orphan Asylum. 
St. Cecilia's Academy. 
St. Dominic's Church. 
St. Elizabeth's Insane Asylum. 
Stevens, F., residence. 
Stewart, C. E., residence. 
St. James Hotel. 
St. Joseph's Asylum. 
St. Marj 's Chapel. 

St. Patrick's Church, G. and loth Sts. 
St. Rose's Industrial School. 
Stock, Mr. 
Strong Building. 
Stuthiger, E. J., residence. 
Somer\ille, T. & Sons. 
Sullivan, T., residence. 
Sumner School Building. 
Supply Division of V. S. Post Office Dept. 
Swain, Gen. D. G., Judge Advocate General, 
residence. 



Talmge, H. H , residence. 

The Boston Dry Goods House. 

The Gale's School Building. 

The Evening "Star " News[ aper Co.'s Kuilil- 
ings. 

The Richmond Flats. 

Thompson, W. S , office building. 

Thompson, W. S., residence. 

Thorn, C. G., residence. 

Tyler & Rutherford. 

United States Capitol Building. 

United States Census Office, Harvey Spauld- 
ing, owner. 

United States Coast Survey. 

United States Commission of Fish and Fish- 
eries. 

L^nited States Department of Justice. 

United States Interior Department. 

United States Soldiers' Home. 

United States State Department Building. 

United States Treasury Building 

L'^nited States War Department Building. 

Vermilya, Jas. H., residence. 

Vertis, Mrs. 

Waggaman, Mr. J. F. 

Wallack Public School. 

Walter Block. 

Walter, Dr. John, flats. 

Warner Building. 

Washington Beneficial Endowment Associ- 
ation. 

Washington High School. 

Washington Light Infantry. 

Washington National Republic Office. 

Washington Post Office. 

Washington Safe Deposit Co.'s Building. 

Welker's Hotel. 

Webster School. 

Wheeler, Capt. Geo. M., residence, 

Whiting, H. E.. store. 

Whitlock, Mr. 

Whitney, Dr., residence. 

Whitney, Hon. W. C, residence. 

Williams, Mr. 

WiUiard, C. C. 

Windsor, Col. David A., residence. 

Woodward & LaThrop. 

Yulu, Hon. D. L., residence. 

ENG-LAND. 

tONDON. 

C. O. Sheppard, Panorama. 

Garrick Theatre. 

Niagara Panorama. 

Rosser & Russell, Charing Cross. 

MANCHESTER. 
Wilson, William & Co. 

•WESTMINSTER, S. W. 

Clyde, Navigation Co. 



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OVER 15,000 NOW INTuSE. 



•1^ 



The Dunning Patent Wrought Iron Boiler, 




THIS CUT EEPEESENTS A NEW 

Rocking and Dumping Grate, 

Which are now being^ furnished with all sizes of the 

DUNNING BOILER, 

And is pronounced by all who have used it to be the most 

PERFECT GRATE YET INVENTED. 

As it shakes the Arc ov«t the eDtire nurface, crinds up all cHuk- 

ers that mn)' form aiid preveiitN the accumulation uf 

ashes around the Are pot. 

The grate is simple in construction, and should any part give out it can be 
very easily replaced by any one. 



WITH SELF-FEEDING MAGAZINE. 

IT IS THE 
OLDEST AND BEST 

Steam or Hot Water Heating Boiler Made, 

AND INSUKES A WAEM HOUSE 

NIGHT HMD DHY. 

Terfoftly free from Carbonic Add Cos, Smoke or Inhnlable Ash 

Dust. An nntomatlo, noiseless and easily managed Heatin&r 

Apparatus, requirin:; attention liut onoe in 

Tnenlj-four hours. 

IVIADE IN ELEVEN SIZES, 

SUITABLE TO HEAT EKfM TEE 

SMALLBSX COTTAGB 



LARGEST BUSINESS BLOCK, 

AKD IN 4 PATTEKNS AS lOLLOWS, VIZ; 

lleiitioii III 

.soft coal, lutod, cokt'. 

As a HOr-IVATKl! BOILKlt. for frrfnilidiises iind hnf-walei- licatiiiB. 
As a I'OliTAltLK liOILElf, to Iji- set nitlioiit ljriik-«iirk. 

The nlJuve lluilirs are made in TIVO St(TIO>S. wlieii desired, so 
tliat they can be taken in tlirtiiiuli small deor ur >)indo>v. i^liere 
vliole one eanuot enter. 




MANUFACTURED BY XHE 



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36 F.A.RK: FL.A.CE. 



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SEND FOR CATALOGUE "A." 

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REFERENeES. 



WESTMORELAND. 

Broaghton Hall, the Seat of Lords. 
Broughton & Vaux. 

FLORIDA. 

FERNANDINA. 

Schuyler, Robert S., C. E. 
GOTHA. 
Hempel, H. A. 

J ACKSONT I tl-E. 

Hubbard, S. B., & Co. 

McClure, A. E. 

Steamer "Eliza Hancox." 

MAGNOLIA. 

Magnolia Hotel. 

PALATKA. 
Putnam House. 

ST. AUGITSTIN-E. 

Cruft. Isaac F. 
Cruft, J. 

Hotel Casa Monica. 
Hotel Cordova. 
St. Mirco Hotel. 

TAMPA. 
Wells, J. H. 

TAMPA BAT. 
Tampa Bay Hotel. 

WINTER PARK. 
Seminole Hotel. 

GEORGIA. 

ATLANTA. 

Armstrong, Dr. W. S.. residence and office. 

Atlanta Police Headquarters. 

Atlanta Trust & Banking Co, 

Dodd, P. & G. F., office. 

Hebrew Orphan Asylum. The. 

Hitzel, Miss Lizzie, residence. 

Johnson Building. 

Hunnicut & Bellingrath. 

Moore, W. A., residence. 

Neal Loan & Banking Co. 

Packark Hall, The (Female Seminary). 

Peters Block, The. 

AUGUSTA. 
Dartmouth Spinning Co. 
Davidson, VV. G. 
McAuliffe, P. 
Robbe, C. A. 
St. Paul's Church. 

BRUNSWICK. 
Oglethorpe Hotel, The. 

MACON. 
Bennett & Boardman. 
Burke, J. W., & Co., building. 
Burke, T. C. 
Carling & Brown. 
Evening News Building. 
Lanier House. 
Macon Telegraph Co. 
Sabers, S. M., & Son. 



M1I,LEDGETII.I.E. 

Boardman, A. E. 

SAVANNAH. 

.■\ltmayer, A. R. 

Baldwin, Geo. J., Prest. Baldwin FertilizerCo. 

Bringer, DeWitt. 

Carson, John A. G., residence. 

De Sato Hotel. 

Douglass, Jas. 

Guckinheimer, S. & Son, store. 

Haas, L G., residence. 

Kayton, L., residence. 

McCarthy, L. A. 

Nichols, \Vm. N'. 

Nicholson, John, Jr. 

Robbe, C. A. 

U. S. Revenue, S. S. Bonteville. 

THOMAS. 
Pioneer Mining & Mfg. Co. 

THOMASTILI.E. 
Piney Wood Hotel. 

IDAHO TERRITORY 

BOISE CITY. 

Capitol Building. 

ILLINOIS. 

ALTON. 

Schwappe, H. M. 

AURORA. 
Aurora Cotton Mills. 
First National Bank. 
Linden & Lake. 
Mason Bros., store. 
Mills ^: Sencenbaugh. 
Reeves, C. K , residence. 
Reeves, C. H., & Co., store. 
Reeves, C. H., residence. 
Reeves, Meyer, store. 
Ruggles, Geo. F., residence. 
Sencenbaugh, S. S., & Co. 
Smitte, B. F. , residence. 

BATAVIA. 
Kane County Alms Hou^e. 
U. S. Wind Engine & Pump Co. 

BEI.T1DERE. 
Barnes, Jno., residence. 
Plane, Ed. B. , residence. 
Scott, Chas., estate. 

BLOOMIXGTON. 
London, Robt. 
McGreger, R. R. 
Mcintosh, Geo. 
Miller, Geo. H. 
Morrison, F. 

BLUE ISL.^XD. 

Klein, Henry. 

Rehm, Jacob F., residence. 

CHENOA. 

Foles, W. M. 
Ketcham, W. E. 



CHICAGO. 

Adams, J. Q., stoie. 

Adkyis & Hoffman. 

.Allen Building, 

Areal Mining Co., office building. 

Baker & Smith Co. 

Baker, James, residence. 

Baltimore and Ohio Hotel. 

Baltimore and Ohio Passenger Depot. 

Behring, Louis. 

Behr, Dr. .\rno. 

Biroth, Henry, manufactory. 

Board of Trade Builaing. 

Bolton, James, residence. 

Butham & Root. 

Burnett, Wm. H. 

Burke, D. F., residence. 

Bush, P. J., residence. 

" Burtra." 

Butler, A. L. 

Case, C. H., residence. 

Central Safety Deposit Co. 

Chicago Maleable Iron Co., office 

Clow, J. B., & Son. 

Cobb, Oscar. 

Cook Co. Hospital. 

Cook Co. Insane .Asylum. 

Cook Co. Normal School. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

Corkery, D. , office. 

Craig, Wm. M., residence. 

Cutler, C. H. 
I Davidson, Jno. A., residence. 

Dearborn Railroad Station. 

Denier, T. C, residence. 
i Doane, J. W., & Co., store. 

Eiszner, John, office. 
I Fisher. L. G. , residence. 



Fisher, Reynolds. 

Fleming, J. C, Home Ins. B 

Fuller & Fuller Building. 

Garrott, Dr. E. 

Gatzert, J. L., residence. 

Gould, E. B., residence. 

Hayes, Frank. 

Hickey-, Thos., building. 

Hlodovec, J., flat. 

Hoffman. H. G., store. 

Hooker Co., H. M. 

Home Insurance Building. 

Hottinger, Gustave. 

Hurd, S. N. , residence. 

Hurlbut, Walcott. 

Huston, A. C. 

Huston. A. C, flats. 

Jacobs, Theo., & Co. 

Jansen, H. H. 

Kinsley's Restaurant, H. M. 

La Salle Dr. Institute. 

Leslie, J. H.,& Co., store. 



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The Richardson S Morgan Co. 

92 EEEKMAN ST., NEV7 YORK. 

M PROVED 

COMBINATION 
BOILER 

Brick Set or Portable 

. • • FOR • • • 

Hot Water op ^teani 
Heating plant?. 

FLUES CAPACIOUS, 

FIRE-BOX AMPLE, 
SUPERIOR FEATURES, 

LARGE HEATING SURFACE 

AND 

SPLENDID SELLING POINTS. 

PORTABLE FORM. (lO Sections, wiih Cast Base.) *^»s?»^<^f''^«s^ 

TO THE TRADE: 

The power of these boilers i.s iucrea.sed or dimini.shefl by addition or subtraction of Middle Sections and grates. 

The dealer, by carrying one sample only, is enabled to demonstrate the different modes of heating, and to show 
different capacities, without being compelled to carry in stock different patterns and different sizes of boilers. 

Send for our Catalogue, giving reliable results from a series of carefully conducted scientific tests, made to 
demonstrate the actual heat generating power and fuel economy of these boilers. 

THE RlGHARBSeN & MeRGAN 69., 




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Richardson's Celebrated Furnaces, Ranges, Fire-place Heaters, &c., 

92 BEEKMAN ST., NEW YORK. 



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REPERENeES. 



Liese, F. 

Little Sisters of the Poor. 

Mackin, Thos,, residence. 

Marmerre School. 

Mason & Miller office building. 

McCormick, C. H., Estate, residence. 

McDonnell, E. & H., residence. 

Mcintosh, Alexander, residence. 

Meyer, Martin, residence. 

Miller, T. E., residence. 

Morley, S. F., residence. 

Morton Flats. 

Morton, A. H. & E. C. 

Ni.\on Building, office building. 

Oswald, F. A., residence. 

O'Donnell, R., residence. 

Otis, F. R., residence. 

Palmer House. 

Peacock, E. P., office. 

Phceni.x Insurance Co. Building. 

Pitney, Fred, residence. 

Pollard, L. D., residence. 

Pope, Samuel I.. & Co. 

Prentice, L. H. 

Propeller "Vernon." 

Pullman Palace Car Co. Building. 

Rice, E. S. 

Rice, Whitacre & Co. 

Reno, C. A. 

Riedle, Frank, residence. 

Rowan, P. J,, M. D., residence. 

Royal Insurance Co. Building. 

Ruehl, Rev. J. C. 

Ruehl, Wm., residence. 

Ryerson Building. 

Saunders, Mrs. R., residence. 

Sargent, E. H., residence. 

Scheel, Chas., residence. 

Shuman, A. F., residence. 

Smith, Peter, residence. 

Smyth, Jno. M., residence. 

Steele, has. R., flats. 

Stark, Frank, residence. 

Sterrett, J. C. 

Stuart, Robert, residence. 

Superior Street Hosp'tal. 

Swartz, David G., residence. 

Taylor Building. 

The Rookery. 

The Masury Apartments. 

Thiele, E., store. 

Tobin, Mrs. C. C, residencu, 

Tonk, M., residence. 

Tyler, W. O., Paper Co, 

Village Hall (Hyde Park). 

Weller, E. C. 

Wheeler Apartments. 

Wilks. Stephen. 

Williams, C. R. 

Williams, Geo. T., residence. 

Woodruff, C. E. , residence. 



Woodman, D. J. 

Yoe, L. G. cS: Co., store. 

DECATUR. 

Miller & Son, H. 

EAST ROCKFOBD. 

Trowe, J. M. 

EDGEWATKR. 
Pretyman, Wm. 

ELGIN 
Church, A. B., residence. 

ENGLEWOOD. 

Brownell, Ralph, residence. 
Claus Bros., residence. 
Dennison, J. C, residence. 
Pe'ton, Alonzo, residence. 
Porter, F. W., residence. 
Tousley, W. H. 

ETANSTON, 
Bradley, Seth, 
Bradshaw, Mrs. S. W. 
Bragdon, Dr. M. C. 
Hill, Rob't., residence. 
Howell, J. W. 

FREEPOKT. 
Bartlett Hardware Co., store. 
Clifton House. 

Devore, L. M. Hon., residence. 
Schroder, H., residence. 
Sunderland, D., residence. 

GALESBURG. 
Brown, Geo. W. & Co., residence. 
Chapman, Geo. H., residence. 
Dewey, C. W. 
Frost, Mfg. Co. 
Gay, M., residence. 
Hibbard, E. A., residence. 
Hopper, Dr. H. C. 
Mitchell, J. K. 
Nelson, P., store. 
Nutshell, J. K. residence. 
Phelps, E. F., residence. 
Seacord, Wilkins, residence. 
Squires, J. G. 
Webster, C. A., residence. 
Winsor, C. A. 

HARVARD. 
Ayers Railway Eating House. 
Blake, N. E., residence. 
Rlake, J. C, Heating Co. 
Dr. Kerr's Church. 
Emerson & Talcott, factory. 
Sheriff's Dwelling. 
Stewart Block. 
Third National Bank. 
Winebago County Jail. 
Y. M. C. A. Building 

HENRY. 

Powell, F. A. 

HIGHLAND PARK. 

Boulton, George D., residence. 
Corey, F. W. 



HINSDALE. 

Childs, R, A. 

Froscher, Adolph, 

Grant, Miss E.. residence. 

Hench, Or, John B, 

Ridgeway, J, V,, residence. 

Robbins, Geo. B., residence. 



.lOHN BUKG. 



Catholic Church. 



JOLIET. 



Barnes, Julian. 

Barrett & Co. 

Barrett & Sons. 

Beach, L. F. 

Burden, Alex. 

Dyen, W. D. 

Dyer, N P. 

Hardy, Otis. 

Holmes & Cady. 

Mehring. Rev. A., residence. 

Munroe, Geo. H. 

Munroe, Geo. 

St. Mary's Church, 

Utter, F, G. 

Woodruff, F. W. 

KANKAKEE. 

Whitman, J. S, 

KENWOOD. 

Bogue, H. B. 
Thrall, W. A. 

KE WANNA. 

Wilson, M. 

LaGK.lNGE. 
Turnock, E. Hill, 

L.-IKE FOREST. 

Larned.W. C, residence. 

LAKE VIEW. 

Henning, F. F. 

LAWRKNCEVILLE. 

Watts, F. C. 

LINCOLN. 

Blinn & Hoblet. 

Brainard, B. H. 

Cherney, Vincent, saloon and restaurant. 

Cogsby, J 

Holler, J. S. 

Lincoln National Bank. 

Lincoln Water Works Co. 

0'Blinn& Hoblit. 

Traner, W. H. 

MINOLK. 

Siemous, S. H. & .Son. 

MO LINE. 

Keator, Benj. 
Union Mfg. Co. 

MORRISON. 

Shaford, D. S. 
Smith, Leandcr. 

MORRISONVILLE. 

Gulp, S. W., residence. 
Wycoff & Randolph. 



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ABIJAE WESTON, President. 



F. E. BBONSON, Sec'y and Treas. 



G. A. BBONSON, Vice-Piesident. 



THE BR0NSQN 

WATER TUBE BOILER 

-FOR- 

Steam or Hot Water Heating. 

ECONOMICAL- AUTOMATIC-GUARANTEED 




IMPROVED GRATES. 




All Styles of Boilers Furnished with Back Outlet for Smoke. 

MADE SURFACE BURNERS FOR SOFT COAL 



Results always Satisfactory. 

The Bronson Steam and Hot W^ater Heater is an improved form ot water-tube boiler 
every part of whicli is fire surface of the highest efficiency. It is made jtrincipally of the best steel 
tubing, manufactured expressly for the purpose. Referring to the cuts it will be seen that these tubes 
are connected with each other by three sections— the bottom or fire-pot ring— the middle ring, the central 
aperture of which forms the lower end of the coal magazine, and the upper section, or steam dome. These 
are all connected together with steel tubes, the joints being of a peculiar nature, precluding the possi- 
bility of leakage and binding all parts of the boiler into practically one jMece of metal. 

There is a much larger proportion of heating surface to the grate surface in this'boiler than any other 
— in itself a long step toward economy, as the prominent defect in most heaters is having large grates and 
small heating surface. 

The heating surface in most boilers is also very inefficient, due to poor design, bad circulation, and 
the difficulty of keeping the heating surface clean. In the BRONSON all the heating surface is of the 
highest efficiency, is vertical and readily accessible, thus providing for keeping a clean boiler with the 
least possible trouble. 

The hot gases of combustion leaving the fire pass outwardly between a double row of tubes, then 
passing upward are deflected to the centre of the boiler, crossing all of the tubes, again deflected to the 
outside, then cross the tubes the third time, and finally pass around and over the steam dome before find- 
ing their way out. 

This peculiar arrangement of vertical water tubes and horizontal deflections provides at once for the 
most perfect circulation possible, and for the absorption of heat in the gases — a point seldom before 
realized, but which must be obtained before a boiler can make the slightest pretense toward economy. 

Weston Engine Co., Sole Manufacturers, 

ALSO PORTABLE AND STATIONARY, HI&H SPEED AND SLOW MOTION EN&INES, BOILERS, Etc. 
PAINTED POST, N. Y. 

H. J. BARRON, 74 Cortlandt St., New York City, Agent for the City of New York and vicinity. 
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Reperences. 



MT. VERNON. 
Patton, C. H. 
M. E. Church. 

NO KM A I. 

Hanley *^ Keiaghan. 

OTTAWA. 

Clegg & Dougherty. 
Clegg, Jno. W., residence. 
La Bastie Glass Works. 
Leland. L. . residence. 
Trask, Mrs. R. H 

PCI.I.MAN. 
Pullman Palace Car Co. 

QCISCET. 
Best. E., Plumbing i Steam Heating Cr 

RAYMOND. 
Culp, B. F. 

RAVENSWOOD. 
Wallace, Jas. 

RIDGELAND. 

Ames, C. L. 

Gates, R. D., residence. 

RIVER FOREST. 

Waller, E. C. 

RIVERSIDE. 

Harrington, S. H., residence. 
ROCKFOKD. 

Air Brush Factory. 
Barnes, John. 
Christian Union Church. 
Emerson, Talcott & Co. 
Frowe, J. M. 
Hale, H. B.. M. D. 
Manard Bros. 
Stewart's Block. 
Y. M. C. A. 

ROCK ISLANO. 

Davis & Co. 
Davis, J. B. 
Weyerhaeuser, F., residence. 

SPRINGFIEtD. 
Edmonds, C. H. 
Springfield Woolen Mills. 

ST. ANN. 
Chineguey, Rev. Chas. 

STERLING. 
Wright, E. M. 

SYCAMORE. 

Forward, A. M., ^V Co. 

WASHINGTON. 

O'Neil, Jno. & Son. 

W.\TAGA. 

Robson, Wm., residence. 

\%-AUKEGAN. 

Fisher, A. C, residence. 
Peabody, H. B., residence. 
Price, R. C, residence. 

WEST HINSDAtE. 
Bogue, Geo. M. 

"WOODSTOCK. 
Hov, M. D. 



INDIANA. 



ANDERSON. 
Davis, Frank. 

batestilij:. 

Sisters of St. Francis. 

BURTON. 

Arnold, Isaac B.. residence. 

CO »I. CITT. 

Hyatt. J. F. 

CRAWFORDSVTIiE. 

.Alfrey, H., residence. 

EVANSVILXE. 

Bate, S. A. 

Bayard, Sam. I. 

Crawford Bros. 

Evansville National Bank Building. 

First National Bank. 

Foley, J. T. & Co. 

German National Bank. 

Insane Asylum. 

Mesker. J. B. & Son. 

.\Ioaker, J. B. 

Mooney, J. B. 

Old National Bank. 

Reid Bros. 

Tenn. Range Mfg. Co. 

rORT WATNE. 

Hattersley, A., residence. 
Madden, Jas. 
Trentman, .A. B., block. 



GOSHBN. 



Devor, Jas. R. 



HUNrrN'GTON. 



! French, Geo. B. 

I INDIANAPOLIS. 

City Hospital. 

Farrell, J. S., & Co. 

Farrell, J. S., residence. 

Grand Hotel. 

Healy & O'Brien. 

Highland, L. J., & Co. 

Indiana Female Refonnatory. 

Indianapolis Orphan .\sylum. 

Institute for the Deaf and Dumb. 

Institute for the Blind. 

Kirkoff & Meyer. 

Knight &: Jillson. 

Piel, Wm. F. , residence. 

Post Office. 

Spencer House. 

Stephens, Samuel. 

St. Vincents Hospital. 

KNIGHTSXOWN. 
Soldiers and Sailors Home. 
Watts, Harry. 

KOKO±>3IO. 
Ascher & Co. 



LAFAYETTE. 

Sears, M. E. , residence. 
Tippecanoe Co. Court House. 
LA PORTE. 

Haverly, Jas., brick block hotel. 

LOGANSPORT. 

Insane .Asylum. 

MADISON. 
Madison Machine Co. 
Kik aus, £. G. 
Stribling. U. B. 

MICHIGAN CITY. 

Culbert U., residence. 

Dolan Bros. 

Kreuger, Hon. Martin, Mayor, residence. 

Van Dusen, G. S., residence. 

ailTNCIE. 
Highlands & Kirby. 
New Southern Hotel. 

PERU. 

Bunnells, Charles, residence. 

BENNSELAER. 
McCoy, A. 
Monette, Miss. 

RICHMOND. 
Eastern Hospital for Insane. 
Jay, I. E., Earlham College. 

ROCKVILLE. 

Stark, D. W. 

SHELBYVILXE. 

Major, W. S. , residence. 

TERRE HArTE. 

Briggs, Jos., residence. 

Dunweg, Lewis, residence. 

Phoenix Foundry and Machine Co. 

Terre Haute House. 

United States Government Building. 

Watson's, D. W., Son. 

UNION CITY. 

The Knapp Supply Co. 

VALPARAISO. 

Porter County Court House. 

VINCENNES. 
Bird cX Monroe. 
County Court House. 
Foulks, H. A. 
Monroe, Chas. F. 

WARSA'W. 

Egglston, W. H. 

Kutz, J. D. 

Warsaw Water Works. 

■WHEELER STATION. 
Wheeler, H. M. 

WISCHESTEB. 
Moorman, F. F., residence. 



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STEAM, HOT WATERa-^'COMBINATION 

BOILERS 



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MANUFACTURED BY 



The Dimmick & Smith Mfg. Co. 
^i^FET^ BOILEI( W0I(^^, 





We Claim for this Boiler 

ABSOLUTE SAFETY. Positive Circulation. Ends of 
Tubes free to expand. All Tubes graded so that it 
cleans itself. That there are no packed joints in the 
li re surface, and no cast iron. Easy to Clean, Erect 
and Repair. Will last as long as any "O'rought Iron 
ISoiler made. Thnt it has kept np steam for 77 hours 
Hith once firing. T hat it will evaporate 11 pounds 
(if Water to one of Coal 



^ Made in Eighteen Different Sizes, 

FROM 6 H. P. TO 125 H. P 

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PHILADELPHIA AGENCY : 
THE 

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520 COMMERCE ST. 



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R&PERENeES. 



IOWA. 



BIJKLINGTON. 

Barhydt, F. N., residence. 
Ranson, Dr. J.J. 
Stewart & Hayden. 

CALMAli. 
Potter, E. v., residence. 

CEDAR KAPID.S. 
Bevier, S. C, residence. 
Clark, C. H., residence. 
Coe College. 

George, A. B. , residence. 
Ives, C. J. 
Josselyn & Taylor. 
O'Hara Block. 

CHEROKEE. 
Jackson, F. W. 

CLINTON. 
BoUman, Ben., & Co. 
Kendall, Geo,,& Co. 

CODNCIL BLUFFS. 

Bi.xby, J. C. 

Chapman, J. W., residence. 

Evans, H. J., residence. 

Gilbert, Jno. 

Hancock, W. J , residence. 

Jones, H. R , residence 

New York Plumbing Co., shops and olTices. 

Robinson, G. A., residence. 

Shugart, E. L., residence. 

Smith, M E., residence. 

CKESTON. 

Creston Gas Light Co. 
Holman, O. Q. 

Seigler, D. S., bank and residence. 
DAVENPOKT. 

Bishop, William Stephen Perry, residence. 
Carl, Mr. 
Hill, Jno. 

DBS MOINES. 

Collis, Jno. 
Foster & Liebber. 
High School Building. 
Yownker Bros.' Block. 

DUBUQUE. 
Brink, J. L. 
Farley, J. K. 
Furguson, Geo. 
Green, Doctor. 
Morrison Bros. & Kelly. 
Molo, Wm. 
Nesler & Jungk. 
Ris, J. F., & Bro. 
Stewart, Hon. R. W., mayor. 
Thormann, G. F., store. 

EMMITTSBUKGH. 
O Imsby Bros. Co., bank and office building. 

FORT MADISON. 
Morrison Mfg. Co. 
Santa Fee Hospital. 



GRINNELL. 

Kittoe, J, F. 

West and Central Colleges. 

IDA GROVE. 

Baxter, J. R. 
Reed, J. W. 

IOWA CITY. 

Church, Christian. 
Fracker, E. G. 

KEOKUK. 

Hubinger, J. C. 

LEMARS. 

Western House. 

MARSH A LI.TOWN. 

Abbott, A. D., residence. 

Andrews, Wm., residence. 

Billings, C. A., residence. 

Birchard, A. T., residence. 

Glick, Geo., residence. 

Lander, C. J. 

Marshall Co. Court House. 

Meeker, J. Frank, residence. 

School House. 

Shortheil, A. E., residence. 

MUSCATINE. 
Barry, N., & Son. 
Birkshire, J. W., residence. 
Gamethsons, G. A., & Co., Bank. 
Hersey, Ben. J., residence. 
Hine, N., residence. 
Johnson, Dr. D. P., residence. 
Magoon, Geo. D., residence. 
Martin, J. O., residence. 
Musser, P. M., residence. 
Peck, J. M., residence. 
Rueling, J. A., residence. 

OTTUMWA. 
Armstrong, W. B. 
Eaton, Daniel. 
Harrow, Albert. 
Leighton, A. C. 
Mast, I. N. 
Mast, Isaac. 
Merrill. J. H., c<t Co. 
Ottumwa Gas Light Co. 
Ottumwa Iron Works. 

PEN.SACOLA. 
U. S. Government Building. 
SHELDON. 
Logan, W. P. 

SHEREVEPORT. 
U. S. Government Building. 
SIOUX CITY. 

Haley, A. M., & Sons. 

Hogan, H. T. 

Fay, L. C. 

Sioux City Foundry and Machinery Co. 

TRAEB. 
Morse, Hon. R. H. 



WATERLOO. 

Coolidge, J. G., & Co., store. 
Cutler & Parker. 
First National Bank. 

JAPAN. 

AOYMA, TOKYO CO. 

Goucher College, J. O. Spencer, principal. 



KANSAS. 



ARGENTINE. 

McCain & Holland. 

ARMSTRONG. 
Holland, W. T. 

ATCHISON. 

Kite & Bovven. 
Perkins & Adams. 
Union Depot. 

CLAY CENTRE. 
Montgomery, J. A. 

FORT SCOTT. 
McCleverty, J. D. 
Union Block. 

GIRAD. 
Hertmer, Henry E. 

HIAWATHA. 

Aten, A. J. 

Schilling, A. J., residence. 

KANSAS CITY. 
Armesdale, K. W. 
Ferguson, J. W. 
Holland, W. T. 
Prichard, J. 

LAWRENCE. 
Cox, J. J. 
Monroe, Alex., residence. 

LEAVENWORTH. 

Angell, Mrs. A. J. 
Doherty & Everett. 
Foley, James. 
Hoffman & Bransfield. 
Townsend, C. 

LARNED. 
First National Bank. 

NORTH TOPEKA. 
James, John A. 
Nading, Mrs. N. 

OLATHE. 
Grange Hall. 

OTTAWA. 
Santa Fee Hospital. 

SENECA. 
Brown, Willis. 
Conway, I. W. 
' TOPEKA. 

Callihan, Dr. A. M., residence. 
Crane, D. O., residence. 
I Kistler, V. B., residence. 



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happy to send an Illus- 
trated Catalogue containing 
numerous half-tone pictures 
of Imildings warmed by 

MAHONY 

BOILERS. 

It is a pretty book, but will 
repay perusal u})()n more 
solid considerations than 
are implied in that state- 
ment. 

SEND FOR IT. 

M. MAHONY, 

Manufacturer, 



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Rbperences. 



Mood. Robt. 

Mooney, A. H. & Co. 

Mulvane, Joab, residence. 

Parker & Bodwell, Store and Office Building, 

Payne, B. M.. residence. 

Prescott & Allen. 

Sebastian, Jno., residence. 

Sneathinger. M. 

Stevenson & Peckham. store. 

TTEST STOCK BRIDGE, 
Van Buskirk, Chas. 

WICHITA. 

.A.. T. >v S. F. Ry. Co. 
Fletcher Block. 
Jackman & Billingsley. 

WIXFIEUJ. 
Robinson, M. L. 

KENTUCKY. 

CAPIETTSBUKQ. 

Davidson, Mrs. Capt. 

EAKUSGTOX. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception. 
Coeroan, Rev. A. M. 

FRANKFORT. 
Court House. 
Post Office. 

LEXINGTOJi. 
Court House. 
Falconer, Judge G. D. 
Kendall, H. 

Lancaster, M. P., store. 
Lexington Plumbing Co. 
McEIhone & Malloney. 
Milward, L. P. 
National Exchange Bank. 
The Fayette Countv Court House. 

i.orisTii.i,E. 

Ahern & Ott Mfg. Co. 

Racon J., & Sons. 

Belknap, W. B., & Co., store. 

Brennan & Co. 

Creighton & Son. 

Gathright, J. B., residence. 

Kaufman & ."^trauj-s store. 

Kentucky Mach ne Co. 

Lewis, Jno. 

McDonald, Kenneth. 

McFarland, Mrs. Helen. 

Morrison, Geo. 

Newman, H. W 

Ramsay, A. M. 

Ryan, Jno. 

Vogel, P. A. , & Sons. 

ilArSTIIXE. 
Cox, W. H., residence. 
Curley, Thos. J. 
Frank, W. S., residence. 
Russell, Robt. 
Wilson, Jno. T. , residence. 



Berry, E. W. 
Wilson, C. H. 

LOUISIANA. 

JTEW ORLEANS. 

Ailken, Jas. H. & Co. 

Agar, William, 

Brooklyn Cooperage Co., factory. 

Burke. N., residence. 

Christ Church (Episcopall. 

Da Ponta, Durant, residence. 

Fazende, P. I., residence. 

French Opera House. 

Harris Memorial Chapel. 

Hemsheim, Is dore, residence. 

Hemsheim, Simon. 

Ivens', Edmund, Sons. 

Lawrence, W. E. 

Lethford, W. H. 

Louisiana Retreat, Insane Asylum. 

Man ion & Co. 

McDonald, John S. 

Morris Building. 

Morris, John A., residence. 

Newman, Isidore, residence. 

N. O. Railway and Mill Supply Co. 

Patton, Dr. G. F., residence 

Schmidt, W. B. 

Turkish Bath House. 

U. S. Custom House. 

U. S. Post Office. 

Wallis, John S., residence. 

Walmslev, R. M., residence. 

MAINE. 

AUBURX. 

Haskell, L. \V. i: Co. 
Hersey, S. S. 

AUGUSTA. 

Blaisdell, H. S., store. 
Court House. 
Harlow Block, 
Maine Insane Asylum. 
Murphy, J. J. 
Ward, A. D. 

BANGOK. 

Bangor House. 
Getchell & Co. 
Gilbert, HoweH. 
Leighton, Davenport & Co. 

BATH. 

Courier Printing Co. 
Davenport Home. 
Davenport, Hon. Ira. 
High School Building. 
Hyde, Chas. E. 
Messerschmitt, Jno., hotel. 
Moulton, Geo. E., Jr. 
Perine, H. W. 



Soldiers' and Sailors' Home. 
Steuben Co. Vineyard Association. 
Underbill, A. L., Block, Post Office. 

BEIFAST. 
Hall, Capt. A. J. 

BRUNSWICK. 
Boudoin Paper Manufacturing Co. 
Brunswick Town Hall. 
Purinton, F. H. 



BUCKPORT. 



COI.C3IBIA. 



Emery & Co. 
Emery, James. 

Fuller, .Arthur .\. 

EASTPORT. 

Leavitt, S. D. 
Spates Bros. 
Wadsworth, S. L. & Son. 

FARMINGTON. 

Wheeler, Geo. W. 

GARDENER. 

Walker, Capt. James. 

GUILFORD. 
Turner, J. L. 

HOULTON. 

Watson, Jno. 

LEWISTON. 

Bearce, Geo. B. 

City Poor Farm House. 

Gay, Woodman & Co. 

Greenwood, Chas. 

Lowell & Lowell. 
I May. S. E. 

Scraton, J. Y. 
I Smith, J. B. & Co. 

Stewart, Prof. G. \.. residence 

St. Joseph Church. 

PORTLAND. 

Barrett, F. R. 

Barrett, J. F. , residence. 

Best, J. L. 

Blackstone, F. N. 

Blake, W. L. & Co. 

Burrowes, John W,, residence. 

Burrows, E. T., residence. 

Carlton, E. E. 

Chad bourn, B. F. 

Curamings, Dr. Geo. 

Davis, Geo. R. 

Davies, E. N., house. 

Eaton, Charlotte E. 

Eaton, W. S. 

Evans, O. C. 

Fenn, Rev. X. H., D.D. 

Gibson, M. S., residence. 

Gould, W. E. 

Hawkins, L. P. 

Hunt, Geo. S. 

Kilborn, W. T. 

Leathe, J. T. 

Libby, F. B. 



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R&PERENeES. 



Libby & Calhoun. 

Little, A. 

Loring, Mrs. Henry. 

Merrill, E. S. 

Milliken. Weston F. 

Morse, J. C. 

Morse, W. N. 

Noyes, Edward A., residence. 

Paine, Arthur C. 

Payson Block. 

Pennell, W. H. 

Pickard, S. T. 

Plummer, C. M. 

Pratt, J. A. 

Smith & Abbott. 

Spring, E. G., residence. 

Stanton Block, 

Steamer " Tremont " 

Steel. Miss Addie A. 

United States Hotel. 

Vose, Dr., office. 

Weeks, Dr., office. 

Williams, Henry, residence. 

Winslow, J. S., residence. 

EOCKtAKD. 
Berry, Fred. H. 
Crie, H. H., & Co. 
Crie, R. Anson. 
Wright, James. 

SACCAKAPPA. 
Universalist Church. 

SACO. 
Burnham, E. P. 
Lowell & Lord. 

SPRINGTALE. 

Butler & Davenport. 

TOGCS. 
Anderson, Major J. D., resider 
Elwell, Dr. W. E. 
Lewis, J. E. 

National Home for D. V. S. 
Smith, Capt. A. L. 
Walker, Capt. Jas. 

WINTHROr. 
Baily. H. J. 

WOODFOKI). 
Ayer, W. P. 
Baxter, W. H. 
Smith, George. 

MARYLAND. 

BALTIMORK. 

Adams, R. & Co. 
Adelsberger, D. G. 
Adler, L. 
Ads, J. B. 
Albert, A. 

Basshor, T. C, & Co. 
Bates, J. 

Bauernschmidt, George. 
Beck, J. 



Berry Bros. 

Biedler. F. R. 

Boland, Thomas B. 

Gary, C. J. & Co. 

Casswell, C. E. 

Central Iron Foundry. 

City Hospital. 

Clark, L. P. & Sons. 

Clarke, W. J. 

CIcndenin Bros. 

Codd, Wm. C. 

Codd, E. J., Co. 

Crook, Horner & Co. 

Dare, Wm. 

Davidson, A. J. 

Davidson, C. Y. 

Davis, H. 

Eck, A. 

Edmonds, James. 

Edwards, W. F. 

Erricson, Wm. 

Farren, J. S., & Co. 

Filbert, Isaac. 

Fii.ly, John. 

Fisher, Chas. 

Friday & Roberts, warehouse. 

Ganther, F. D. 

Garrett, Robert. 

Garrett, T. Harrison. 

Hambleton, Jno. A., lV Co., bank. 

Healy & Bro. 

Higgins, Edward. 
Hoen, A. 

Hoen Building. 

Hooper, F. X., & Co. 

Hopkins, Johns, University. 

Homer, C. E. 

Hubbard, Alva, & Co. 

Hurst, Jno. E., residence. 

I rn world & Keysen. 

Itzel, Adam. 

Jackson, H. 

Johnson, Sutton & Co. 

Kelly, Daniel A. 

Kelly, Wm. 

Lee, James. 

Legg, E. K. 

Mahone, Pat. 

Mathai, Ingram Hanover. 

McLane, Samuel. 

McShanc, Henry, & Co. 

Noble, H. & Co. 

Norris, Sydney. 

O'Hare, J. F. 

Olase, Louis C. 

Oliver, John & Son. 

Phillips, John E. 

Ports, Wm. J. 

Posner Bros. 

Regester, Joshua, & Sons. 

Reilley, W. F. 



' Reuter & Mallory. 
Robertson, James, & Co. 
Robins, A. K. & Co. 
Rothrock, W. H. 
Schrier & Protze. 
Sexton, S. P. 
Sheppard, J. A. & Co. 
Shryackolo, Thos. J. 
Snow, S. J. 
Spittel & Keil. 

St. Mary's Industrial School, Balto. Co. 
Variety Iron Works. 
Volk, Wm. A. 
Wallace, & Bro. 
Walther, G. W. 
Whitehouse, Jas. 
Winebrenner, H. C, residence. 
Winternitz, Samuel G. & Bro. 
Wood, W. E., &Co. 

BAY VIEW. 
Hotel Bay View. 

CAl.OKA. 
Warry Mfg. Co.. The. 

CECILTON. 
Atkins, E. C. 

CHARLTON HEIGHTS. 

Waugh, Jas. C. 

COILEGE STATION. 

Maryland Agricultural College. 
CIJMBEKLAND. 
Alleghany County Court House. 
Gephart, P. C, residence. 
Hamilton, L. M. 
Johnston Bros, 
Ladew, A. D., store. 
Laing, James. 
Orrick, C. J., residence. 
Second National Bank. 
Shepherd, O. C. 
Walsh, Hon. W. E., residence. 
Weitzer, S. P. 
Welsh, E. H., offices. 

EAST ON. 
Flowers, Willis. 

E MMETTSBURGH. 
Annon, Homer & Co.. banking building. 
Rowe, N., & Son. 
St. Joseph's Academy. 

EMMORl'ON. 

Bill, A. S. 

FREDERICK. 

Court House. 
Ebert, Edward C. 
Farhneys, Dr. P. D. 
Routzahn, Jos. L. 
Williams, J. H. 

FKOSTBDRGH. 
McCulloh, Thos. G. , residence. 
Paul, Thos. H., & Son. 
Randolph, B. J. 
Townsend, Dr. M. M. 



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REPERENCBS. 



GAITHERSBURG. 

Rutherford, Gen'l. Allen. 

HAGEKSTOWN. 

Baldwin House Block. 

Bellman, Oscar. 

Cumberland Valley R. R. Depot. 

Cushua, F. B. 

Fairfax, Admiral D. M., residence. 

Walker, Thomas, store. 

HARVE DE GRACE. 
Harve de Grace Milling C. 
Pusey, C. C. & Co. 

MT. PI/EASANT. 
Crawford, L. H., residence. 

MT. WASHINGTOK. 
St. Agnes Academy. 

RISING SUN. 
Duyckinck, A. L. 

ROCKVII.I,B. 
Higgins, John J. 

SALISBURY, 
Jackson, Governor E. E., residence. 
Jackson, Wm. H., residence. 
Powells, R. E., residence. 

SANDY SPRINGS. 
Moore, Robert R. 
Moore, R. Rowland. 
Moore, Wm. W. 

STAFFORD. 
Stokes, Horace. 

TANETTOWN. 
Davidson, J. & Son. 

UTICA MIIXS. 
Snook Bros. 

WESTMINSTER. 
Albion Hotel, The. 
Schaffer, M. & Co. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 



David, W. F. 
Todd, F. S. 



AMHERST. 



Hunt, W. W. 
Lee & Phillips. 

ASHLAND. 

Aldrich, Chas. T. 
Balcom, Josiah A. 
Parker, J. H. 
Perry & Enslin. 

ATHOL. 
Ainsvvorth, Geo. W. 
Ashton, W. W. 
Converse, Ward. 
Cowles, Rufus S. 
Cummings, Mrs. E. E. 
Jordan ,& Train. 
Miller, Alfred, hotel. 

ATER. 

Alley, J. B. 

BEDFORD SPRINGS. 

Hayden, Dr. W. R., residence. 



BEVERLY. 

Ingersoll, D. S. 

Walker, Herbert, residence. 

B1LI.ERICA. 

Herrick, P. R., residence. 
Lane, Dr., residence. 

BOSTON. 

Alley, John R. 

Ames Building, 

AUston School. 

Boston Gas Light Co. 

Bosworth & French. 

Bradler-Davis Estate, Office Buiklini. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 

Brastow Stove Co. 

Brigham, C. & Co. 

Brown, Rufus G. 

Buerkel & Co. 

Burrell, A. M., residence. 

Carruthers, H. & Co., residence. 

Chase, R. C. 

Chickering, Elmer, 21 West St. 

Clark, Geo. E., residence. 

Coffin, Isaac & Co. 

Cottings, C. E., office building. 

Cottrell, M. F. 

Davis, S. G. , residence. 

Dercalzo, L. & Co. 

Dodge, Haley & Co., store. 

Dorchester Fire Insurance Co. 

Dyar, P. J., store. 

Engine House No. 22. 

Foster, F. W. & Co. 

Graffam, Peter, apartment house. 

Grainger, Dr. W. H., residence. 

Hillings, R. & Co., office. 

Holt, S. L. 

Ingalls & Kendrickson. 
James, Mrs. Mary, residence. 

losselyn, Capt. A. H residence. 

Kettellr Bros., residence. 

Le Bosquet Bros. 

.\lansen, H. 

Master Builders Association. 

Maynard & Irwin. 

Merrells, S. W., apartment house 

National Hot Water Heating Co. 

National Tube Works Co. 

Norcross Reg. Co. 

Palmer, Mrs. Samuel, residence. 

Paul, G. K. & Co. 

Perry, J. P. & Cc. 

Police Patrol. 

Pope Eugene A. 

Richardson & Clement. 

Ross, Nuttes & Seabury. 

Rossmore Hotel. 

Runkel & Co. 

Russell & Burke. 

Sanborn, A. A. 

Sheldon, Frank M. 

Slessinger, B., fiats. 



Souther, J. K. 

Slate Street Exchange. 

Steen Mfg. Co. 

Stowell, D. 

Suets' College. 

The Imperial, apartment house. 

Thomas, H. A., apartment house. 

Timmins & Manning. 

U. S. Heating and Plumbing Co. 

Walker, B. P. 

Walker & Pratt Mfg. Co. 

Walker, Horace E. & Co. 

Weathered, Geo. M. 

Wheeler. J. G. 

Whitmore, Dr., flat. 

White, T. R., apartment house. 

Whittier Machine Co. 

Williams Estate. 
Woodward & Vinal. 

Worrell, S. W. 

Wright & Moody. 

BOYIESTON. 

Frink, Rev. L. W. 

BROCKTON. 

Battles, Geo. 

Dunham. Chas. 

Jones, S. G. 

Kennedy, T. J. 

Kimble, Rufus C residence. 

Kingmann, H. M., office. 

Piper & Armour. 

Reynolds, J. E. 

BROOKI.INE. 

Gardner, H. L. 

Windram, W. J 

CAMBRIDGE. 

County House. 
Harvard University. 
Hews, A. H. & Co. 
Hotel Beacon. 
Legg, C. E., C. E. 
" Record " Building. 
Sherman, Wm. H. 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Chandler, I. A. 
Gretn tS; Co. 
Green, A. T. 

CHAPINVILI.E. 
Chapin, E. W. 

CHAiiLESTOWN. 
Baldwin, F. J., & Co. .store and opera house. 
Charlestown Gas Co. 
Hallowell Granite Co. 
Pearce & Jackson. 
Smith, William B. 

CHELMSFORD. 

Emerson, J. P. 

CHELSEA. 

Cheney, E. R. 

Foster, F. W. 

Frost, Hon. Rufus S., residence. 

Robertson, Ino. 



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consist'- of piiiis of 
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tup: bolts pass 
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>I).ices. ind any dif- 
reie.i'-e between the 
e.pausiouof thi' bolts 
md the sections is 
Liken up by the rub- 
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iirmmg tho water 
jjiiit 

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REFERENe&S. 



CHICOPEE FALLS. 

Gibbs, Dr. L. J. 

CLEMATIS BROOK. 

Mass. School for Feeble Minded. 
CLINTON. 

Gibbs, A. K. 
Gibbs, VV. H. 
Patterson, Rev. F. 

CONCOKD. 
Keyes, J. M. 

DALTOX. 
B ;ston and Albany R. R. Station. 

PEUH.AM. 
-Ames' School. 

DOKCHLSTER. 
Brown, G. H. 
Taft, C. A. 

EAST BOSTOX. 
Blim, G. W. 
Huckins. F. 

E. BKTDGEWATER. 
Xutter, I. X. 

EVERETT. 
Cochrane Chemical Co. 
Russell, Danie. 

FALL RITER. 

Alien, Chas., residence. 

Boone. John H. 

Borden Block. 

Borden City School House. 

Central Congregational Church. 

Cook & Grew. 

David, Wm. C, Jr.. residence. 

Davis, W, W., residence. 

Dwelley, Dr. Jerome. 

Fall River Steam & Gas Pipe Co. 

Flint, John D., residence. 

Holmes, Charles J., residence. 

Kelley, Edward. 

Miller & Johnston, residence. 

Quequechan Engine House. 

Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church. 

Slade School House. 

Weslgate, Jerome C, residence. 

FALMOUTH. 

Xickerson, E. S. 

FISHERTILLE. 

Fisher, Albert, residence. 

FITCHBURG. 
Ashton, W, E. 
Cole, R. N. 
Cowles, R. S. 
Cummings, J. O. 
Downs, Henry F. 
Farnsworth, .\. A. 
Hubbell, C. A. 
Kennan, Willard M. 
Litchfield, .\ndrew. 
Mack ^: Jennison. 
Putnam, H. O. 
Putnam Machine Co. 



Putnam, S. W. 
Rice, H. L. 

FLORENCE. 

Grossman & Polmatier. 
Gerhards, Mrs. \Vm. 
Schumway & Riley. 

FRAMINGHAM. 
Bigelow, Prescott. 
B. & A. R. R. Station. 
Cloyes, Jas. 
Manson, B. T. 
Mason, Frank. 

GARBNER. 
Jaquith & Richardson. 
Royal Steam Htg. Co. 

GLOl"CESTER. 

City Hall. 

Uavis & Co. 

Haskell. Loring B., residence. 

Smith L. E. 

Taft, Edgar S. 

Tarr. Geo. J., & Co., factory and ofGce. 

Wonson, John F., residence. 

GRAFTON. 
Fisher, George, residence. 
Nelson, J. S., & Son, store. 
Town Hall. 

GKAMTEVILLE. 
Sargent, A. C. 

GREAT BARRINGTOX. 
Brewer, J. A. 
Collins, A. C, residence. 
French, Dr. W. T., residence. 
Gorham, E. L. ^ 

HoUister, E. E., residence. .5' 
Van Lennep, E. J., residcijj^ 
Weir i: Leonard. 

GREtNFlELD. 
Lyons, Geo. 
Potter. \V. X. 
Whipple. R. P. 

HALBROOK. 
Underhay, John. 

BARVARI). 
Hildreth Bros. 

HATFIELD. 
Curtis, .\rlhur. 

HAVERILL. 
Cram, A. W. 

HOLTOKE. 
Blevly, Dr. Chas., residence. 
Carpenter, J. H. 
Carrington, H. C. 
Holyoke Steam &: Gas Pipe Co. 

HOUSATONIC. 
Barnes, E, T. 

HYANNIS. 

Cash & Bradford. 

HTDE PARK. 

Morse, W. H. 



ISDI.AN ORCH.ARU. 

Miller, George W. 

LANCASTER. 
Harwood, X.. residence. 
Morse, Geo. F., residence. 

L.\WRENCE. 
Allyn, Thos. 
Childs, E. F. 
Clarke, F. E. 
Humpherys, C. J. R. 
Rutter, W. F. 
Rutter, W. F. & Co. 
Sennoy, J. M. 
Stearns, A. W'. 
Wright, W. H. P. 

LEE. 
Baird. P. C. 
Bauldwing, W. W. 
Clark, A B., residence. 
Congregational Church. 
Cormick, John. 
De Veramess, John. 
Flynn F. A. 

Griswold, John L., residence. 
Grou, F. S. 
Haden, Thos. 
Hayes, M. H. 
Hayes, M. H. & Co. 
Hurlburt Paper Co. 
Lee Xational Bank. 
Malley, Edward. 
Pease, F. M., residence. 
Sabin, C. H. 
Smith Paper Co. 
Stone, W. .A.. 
Tainton, B. H. 

LEICESTER. 
Bigelow, W. H. 
Conant, Houghton & Co. 
Sayent, J. B. 
Snow. J. W. 
Snow, T. S. 
Watson, H. L. 
Watson, J. 

LENOX. 

Bull. W. B. 
Canfield, R. B., store. 
Schcrmerhorn, F. .\., residence. 
Sloane, W. D., residence. 
Tiilottson, S. W., residence. 
Westinghouse, Geo., Jr., residence. 

LITTLETON". 
Conant, Houghton 6: Co. 

LONGWOOD. 
Tower. .A. J. 

LOWELL. 
Aver. T. C. .«c Co. 
Baker, E. G. & Co. 
Bennett, J. C, store. 
Boutwell, R. M , residence. 
Carolins, Thos., residence. 
Central Block. 



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MANUrACTITRED UNDER 

FISKE'B PATENTS. 



Illustrated Catalogue, 
References and estimates 
furnished free. 




DUPLEX STEAIM HEATER CO. 

23 Bethune Street, New York. 



TENTULAT1N& FANS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 




CLINTON WIRE CLOTH CO. 

iJsrcoE.:E>OE,.A-TE;u xsse. 

MANlFAil IKKKS OV 

Steel and Iron Locomctive Spark Cloth. Iron, Steel 
Brass and Copper Wire Cloth for Mining Screens. 




Manufacturer of more and liner Designs than can be procured 
anywhere. Write for Catalogue and be convinced, 

P.O. Box 345. D. H. KULP, Lancaster, Pa. 



Clinton Painted Window Screen Cloth. 

Landscape Cloth. Figured Wire Cloth. 

Iron, Brass, Copper, Tinned and Galvani^.ed Win; Cloth. 
Galvanized Field Fencing. 
"Silver Finish" Cloth for Fruit Kvaporator Trays. 

Clinton "Silver Finish'' Poultry Netting. 

Clinton "Silver Finish" Window Screen Cloth. 
Perforated Metals for Mining Machiner.v a Specialty. 
Perforated Steel. Iron, Brass, Copper, Zinc, Tin, &c , for all purposes. 

Screens in heavy Iron or Steel lor Stone, Coal and Ore Keceivers. 

Malt Kiln Floors, Grain Cleaning Machines, Hoinlnv Mills, Rice Mills 

Oat Meal Mills, Cotton Mills, Coflee Mills, I'aper Mills, &c. 

Clinton Metal-Furred, Stiffened Wire Lath. Clinton Dou- 
ble Twist Warp Wire Lath. Corrugated Wire Lath. 
Absuliitel)- Fin-I'ronf. Send for Sani|iles. 

. No. 76 Beekman Street, New York. 
OFFICES: No. 8 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 

' No. 137 Lake Street, Chicago, 111. 
WORKS AT CLINTON, MASS. 



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Reperences, 



Charlotte, Mrs., residence. 
City of Lowell Public Buildings. 
Coburn, C. F., residence. 
Donahue, Jas., residence. 
Downing, W. G., residence. 
Floyd, Warren L. 
Francis, J. B., residence. 
Garity, F. R., residence. 
Glidden, C. J., residence. 
Goodale, F. C, residence. 
Goodale, W. W., residence. 
Hatch, C. F., residence. 
Hamilton Mfg. Co. 
Haynes, Frank H. 
Highland Congregational Church. 
Jones, S. H. 
Kingsley, Geo. 
Lovejoy, E. W., residence. 
Lowell Master Builders' E.xchange. 
Luscomb, Mrs., residence. 
Maxfield, R. A., residence. 
Middlese.x Machine Co. 
Minter, Jas., residence. 
Mullen, D. W. 
Munn, F. D., residence. 
Nesmith, Thomas, office. 
Noyse, E. J., residence. 
Odd Fellows' Block. 
Pearson, Albert, residence. 
Pevey, J. M., residence. 
Putnam, A., residence. 
Putnam, F. E., residence. 
Putnam, F. P., residence. 
Railroad National Bank Building. 
Raynes, Geo., residence. 
Rice, C. N. 

Richard Dobbin's Boiler Works. 
Richardson, C. W. W., hotel. 
Rogers. J. G., residence. 
Ryan, J. A., residence. 
Sayer, J. C. 

Scribner, Chas., residence. 
Scribner, Geo. A., residence. 
Second Universalis! Church. 
•Shaw, B. F. , residence. 
Shed, F. B., residence. 
Shepard, C. S., residence. 
Smith, E. A., residence. 
Smith, Geo, S., residence. 
Spaulding, F. P., residence. 
Stall, Chas. F. 
Staples, R. H., residence. 
St. Chas. Hotel. 
Stevens, J. T. 
Thomas, M. A., residence. 
Viles, Dr. J. A., residence. 
White, W. H., residence. 
Whittier Cotton Mills., office. 
Whittier, N., residence. 
Wilson, J. M., residence. 
Worthen St. Methodist Church. 
Wright, N. M., residence. 



I,UDLOW. 

S. H. Halford. 

LYNN. 

Gushing, F. J. 
Noble Stove Co. 
Robson, J. J. C. 

MALDEN. 

Barrett, Henry O., residence. 
Barrett, O. S., residence. 
Bickford, Dr. Wm., residence. 
Cook, A. & Co. 
Cook, Adams. 

Dowling, Thomas, residence. 
Ellis, Albert M., residence. 
Fisher, George. 
Johnson, Benjamin. 
Maple Wood School. 
Pierce, Andrew, residence. 
Seary, Chas. W. 
Spiller, Joseph, residence. 
Staples, Edward, residence. 
Stevens, Chas. P., residence. 
Stinson, Wm. B., residence. 
MATNAKD. 
Holt, A. D. 

MEI.KOSE. 

Boyle, Wm. 

Ellis, Irving W., residence. 
Kinsley, Wm. B., residence. 
M.LFOIJD. 

Swasey, Fred. 

MILTON. 

Hall, J. H. 

NANTUCKtT. 

Allen, Geo. C, residence. 
Workman, W. H., sanitarium. 
NATICK. 

Biglow, F. 

NEPONSET. 

Dorchester Fire Insurance Co. 

NEWBUK V PORT. 
Reardon Bros. 
Sargent, C. R. 

NEWTON. 
Lawson, Walter U., residence. 

NEWTON VILl.E. 
Judkins, Mrs. M. F. 
Soden, A. H., residence. 

NOKTH ABINGDON. 

Murdock, W. S. 

NOKTH ADAMS. 

Arnold Paint Works. 

Boland, P. J. 

Bracewell, John. 

Gaylord, W. H. 

Hamblin, E. B. & Co. 

Haynes, C. B. 

Hunter, A. W. 

Hunter, James & Son. 

Jones, A. H. 

North Adams Nat Bank. 

North Adams Savings Bank. 



North Adams Plumbing Co. 
Pratt, Edwaid. 
Scott, H. N. 
Turner, Fred. 

NORTH HAMPTON. 
Chase, H. R., residence. 
Foot, E. N. 

NORTH ATTLEBOKOUGH. 
Plash, W. Nelson. 
Skinner, E. H. 

N ORTHBOROUGH. 
Chapin. E. W. & Co. 

NORTH CHEI.WSFOKD. 
Bradley Jno., residence. 
Emerson, J. P., residence. 
Gay 7iba., residence. 
Moore, Geo. C, residence. 
Wright, Mrs. S., residence. 

NORTHFIELD. 
Caldwell, Fred, residence. 
Hotel Northfield. 
Long, G. A., residence. 
Lunsdy, C. A. 
Sankey, Ira D., residence. 
Word, Dr. R. C. 

NORTH GRAFTON. 
Nelson, J. S. & Son. 
Norwood, Fay G. A. 

PALMER. 
Brown, C. A. & Co. 
Hitchcoclc, W. H. 

PITTSFIELD. 

Atwater, Chas., residence. 
Bailey, G. W., residence. 
Bishop, Hon. Henry W., residence. 
Bishop Memorial Bldg. 
Cutting, Col. Walter, residence. 
Guller, H. C, residence. 
Harvey, Henry, residence. 
Hopkins, G, N., residence. 
Morse, A. S., residence. 
Patten, Miss, residence. 
Parsons & Seart. 
Powell, Wm. W. 
Redfield, Mrs. Chas. B. 
Robbins, Gamwell & Co. 
Sampson, E. Pope, residence. 
PLYMOUTH. 

Drew, C. P. 
Harlow & Baily. 
Mi.xter, J. W. 
Newcomb, Marcellus. 

PUTNA ni. 
Dorson, Mrs. 
Houghton, A. 
Kent, B. M. 
Leavens, A. 
LeClain, P. M. 
Stoddard, Seth. 
Whittemore. Wm. 

QUINCY. 
Wolkms, L. C. 



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RICHMOND'S 



BRICK SET AND PORTABLE. 



SEVEN YEARS RECORD OF SUCCESS. 



WHAT ENGINEERS AND DEALERS SAY. 

» •» * " We have up to this time set over fifty Victors, 
and have had better success with them than with any 
Steam Heater we ever handled." * * * * 



•X- * * " We offer the Victor to our best friends and 
customers, and look fur no complaints or after clap when 
once properly set." * * * * 



* * * ' Our experience in settinp; and observations of 
Richmond's Victor confirms the wisdom of our election in 
recommending it to our clienis." * * * * 



RICHMOND'S 

Victor Hot Water Heater. 



TIE KICHMOND STflfE COMPANY, 

NORWICH CONN. 



BRICK SBT, 



Has been thoroughly tested and receives the commenda- 
tion of the best engineers. 



WHAT THEY SAY. 

' Absolutelv the best Hot Water Heater e.Mant." 




Economy and efficiency in use are its claims, and it merits 
them." 



Leighton, Davenport & Co. 
Isaac Coffin & Co , 
W. F. Higgins, 
A. A. Pond, 
Danforth & Clark, 



Bangor, Me. 
No. 52 Sudbury St., Boston. 
379 I-exington Ave., New York 
Minneapolis, Mini 
Buffalo, N. N 



H. R. Barker Manufacturing Co., 
Geo. R. Eslabrook. 
Barker Bros., 
Dewstoe & Schneider, 
Webster & Meathe, 



L. H. Prentiss Co , 
Allan Black. 



Lowell, Ma^-. 
Springfield, Mas^. 
. Newport, R. 1. 

Cleveland, (). 

Detroit, .Mich. 



Nos. 203 and 205 Van Burcn St., Chicago. 
St. Paul, Minn. 




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Rep&r&nces. 



READING. 

Austin, Henry K. 

ROCKLAND. 

B. & M. R. R. 

Eastman Steam Heating Co. 

Hunt, David F. 

Tantoun, H. F. 

Somerville Highlands Station. 

SALEM. 
Wendell, F. A. 
Goodell, Z. 
Millea, L. E. 

SOUTH ABINGTON. 

Whidden, H. F. 

SOUTH BELLINIA. 

Herrick, Geo. 

SOUTH BOSTON. 

Church of Rosary. 

SOUTHBRIDGE. 

Clemence, J. E. 
Dresser, G. K. 
Morse, E. T. 

SOUTH FRAMINGHAM. 

Sawyer, H. L. 

SOUTH LEE. 

Hurlbert Paper Co. 

SPENCER. 

Bevens, Rev. T. D., school. 
Pike, F. D., residence. 

SPRINGFIELD. 

Atwater, Dr. D. F.. residence. 

Blodgett, Edwin A., residence. 

Clark, F. VV. 

Currier, R. B., residence. 

Estabrook. Geo. R. 

First Baptist Church. 

Frink, Geo. E. 

Houghton, S. W. 

Knight, A. M. & Son. 

Oliver & Howland. 

O'Reilly, Rt. Rev. Bishop, P. T., residence. 

Phillips Mfg. Co. 

Republican Block. 

Rising, B. D., residence. 

Seeger, Edward W. 

Shumway, Mrs. Julia M., residence. 

Smith, L. C, residence. 

The Holly Whitmore Steam Heating Co. 

Whitemore & Chase. 

STATE FARM. 

Blackstone, M. M. 
State Farm. 

STOCKRIDGK. 
Kirk wood, J. 
Yale, L. M. 

STONINGTON. 

Belcher. Geo. E. 

TAUNTON. 

Cooper, L. W. 
Tew, Frank P. 



TEWKSBURT. 

State Alms House. 

TOPSFIELD. 
Woodbury, J. M. 

TYNGSBORO. 

Sutton, Dr. Chas., residence. 
UXBRIDGB. 
Capron, Henry. 
Hayward, E. 
Mowry, Mrs. L. M. 
Taft, E. C. 

WARE. 

Stevens, Chas. A. 

WARREN. 
Putnam, W. A. 

WAVERLY. 
Mass. School for Feeble Minded. 

WEBSTER. 

Bigelow, E. N. 
Piatt, John. 
Smith, G. D. 

WELLERSLT. 
Boston and Albany R. K. Station. 
WELLERSLY HILLS. 
Boston and Albany R. R. Station. 

WELLESLEY. 
Manly, R. M. 
Porter, F. H. 
Vinal, S. L. 

WESTBORO. 
Frost, C. B. & Co. 

WEST BOYLSTON. 

Frink, L. W. 
Holbrook, E. W. 

WEST BROOKFIELD. 
Blair, E. H., Post Office. 

WEST FIELD. 
Boston and Albany R. R. Passenger Station. 

WESTFORD. 
Cameron, A, T., residence. 
Hddreth, C. L., residence. 

WEST SOMERVILLE. 
Hotel Woodbury. 

WEST STOCKRIDGE. 
Van Buskirk, Chas. 

WEST WRENTHAM. 
Davidson, Thomas, residence. 
WEYMOUTH. 

Clapp, A. W. 
Gale, John B. 

WHITINSVILLE. 

Trowbridge, C. E, 
Whitin, J. E. 

WILLIAMSTOWN. 

Carter, Prest. Franklin. 

Cole, John M. 

Fernald, Prof. 

Gales, J. B. residence. 

Hopkins, Mrs. Mark. 

Sherman, B. H. 

Williams College. 

Williamstown Manufacturing Co. 



WINCHENDON. 

The Murdock School. 

WINTHROP. 

Belcher, E. S. 
Frost, M. 

WORCESTER. 

Allen, Wm. & Sons, residence. 

Asylum for Chronic Insane. 

Braman, Dow & Co. 

Buckingham, George B., two houses. 

Caldwell, H. M., residence. 

Church of Sacred Heart. 

City Hospital. 

Convent, Sisters Notre Dame. 

Convent School, Vernon St. 

Daniels, F. H. 

Eaton, E. B. 

Earley, W. H. 

Gorham, C. L., Piano Manufactory. 

Goulding, F. P. 

Hall's Block. 

Harrington, G H. 

Hogg, W. J. 

Kenerson, V. D. 

Moen, P. L. 

Pierce's Hotel. 

Reed, E. H. 

Roy, B. S. 

Royal Steam Heater Co. 

Safe Deposit & Trust Co. 

Seeley, H. S., residence. 

St. Anne's Church. 

St. Peter's Church and Pastorage. 

Sumner, Geo. 

Taber, Jesse P. 

Waite, R. P. 

Washburn & Garfield Mfg. Co. 

Wesson, J. E. 

Whittall, M. J., office. 

Winslow, S., six houses. 

Worcester Carpet Co., office. 

Worcester Lunatic Hospital. 

Young, H. A. 

WYOMING. 

Russell Daniel. 

ZYLONITK. 

Amend, Robt. A., Architect. 
Field, Lyman. 
Howland, Chas., residence. 
Ward, J. D., residence. 

MICHIGAN. 

ALPENA. 

Rice, Chas. O. 

ANN HARBOR. 

Clark, A. M. 
Hutzel cS: Co. 
Jewett, Samuel P., residence. 

BATTLE CREEK. 

Holser, L. J., residence. 
Raymond, Allan, residence. 
Werstein, L., block. 



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ARCHITECTS ALWAYS SPECIFY 

BEJILILS 

They liave no Superior for (Quality or Tone. 

Manufactured by E. A. WILLIAMS ^ SON, 

105, 107, 109 AND 111 PLYMOUTH ST., JERSEY CITY, N. J. 
Send for Catalogue and Prices. 

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Referbnces. 



BAY CITY. 

Blackman, Chas. A. 

Clements, II. C. 

Clemen;s, Jas. & Son. 

Cooke, H. J. 

Davidson, Jas. 

Eddy, S. 

Farragut St. Public Srhool. 

Finn & Fisher. 

Gustin, R. A., residence. 

Holcombe Bros. 

Math, Hon. J. W. M. 

Merrill, H. P. 

Nichols, W. H. 

Pratt, L. A. 

Pralt & Keope. 

Republic Hotel. 

Si.xth Ward Public School. 

Vaughn, W. A. 

Walther. A. 

Ward, Wm. 

Watson Bros. & Lassell 

CADUILIA. 
Cummer, W. W. 

CAPItLAC. 
Cummer, J. & Son. 
Cummer, W. W., residence. 

CHAKIOTTE. 
Foote & Church. 

COLD WATER. 
Eligh & Grundy. 

DETROIT. 
Berry, Thos. 

Bruce's, W. W., residence. 
Carter, David. 
Craig, W. M. 

Detroit Heating and Lighting Co. 
Detroit Metal and Heating Co. 
Fisher. Reynold. 
Guilloz, Jno. F. 
Guiney, Benj. 
Macdonald Bros. & Co. 
Monat, Jno. D. 
Olien, R. C, M. D. 
Palmer, B. W. 
Scattens, Daniel, residence. 
Stroa, Julius. 
Walker, Jas. & Sons. 
Webster & Meather. 
Woodruff, C. E. 

DOUGLAS. 
Bishop & Freeman. 

EAST SAGINAW. 

Cook, Geo, G., residence. 

Hoyt Public Library. 

Keeler, Sanford, residence. 

Kerr, Moore, 

Pratt, L. A,, Bay City, Mich., residence. 

St. Mary's Hospital. 

?trasburg Building. 



FLINT. 

Decker, J. C, residence and store. 

Dullan, J. C. 

Hubbard & Wager. 

Phillips, P. D. 

Stone, O., residence. 

Wood & Atvvood. 

GRAND HAVEN. 
O'Connell, Jas. 

GRAND RAPIDS. 
Belknap, John J., residence. 
Byrnes, Mrs. Catharine, residence. 
Challenge Corn Planter Co., office. 
Gray, George W. 
Hansman, Hon. Julius. 
Herpolsheimer. W. G., residence. 
Johnson, G. S. 
Kirby, F. W., residence. 
Leonard, Charles. 
Macauley Bros. 
Miller, Jno. W., residence. 
O'Connell, Jas., residence. 
Payden, Charles, residence. 
School Buildings. 
Shriver, Weatherly & Co. 
Sproul & McGurrin. 
Steamer, "J. C. Ford." 
Steamer, " Samuel Marshal." 
Union School Bldg. 
Weatherly & Pulte. 
Wyraan, D. P., residence, 

GREENVILLE. 
Sprague Bros. 

HILLSDALE. 
Ammerman, D, C, 
Lawrence, C. E. & Co. 
Sumer, Mrs. E, 

HOWELL. 

Jewett Block. 

Jewett, Chas. G. 

Livingston Co. Jail and Sheriff's office. 

Livingston Co, Poor House. 

IONIA. 
Breckon, Robert J. 

IRONWOOD. 
McCann, Chas. 

JACKSON. 
State Penitentiary. 

KALAMAZOO. 
Dorgan, Thos. 
Goldberg, Julius, residence. 
Kalamazoo County Poor House. 
Lawrence & Chapin Co. 
Lawrence, W. S., residence. 
Mich. Asylum for the Insane. 
Palmer, Dr. Geo. C. 
Roberts, M. W., residence, 
Wersteen, L,, office, Battle Creek. 

LANSING. 
Allen, Claire. 
Cooley, E. F. 

Lansing Iron and Engine Works. 
Wardwell, J. H. 



LAPEER. 

Chapman & White. 
First National Bank. 
Lapeer County House. 

LEXINGTON. 
Teuwexbury, J. E. 

LUDINGTON. 
Wing, C. G., residence. 

MANKATO. 
Christensen, II. P. 
Hubbard, R. D 
Lilly, E. 

Mankato Linseed Oil Co. 
Marsh, Geo. H. 
Palmer, Geo. M. 
Piper, G. F. 
Walters, F. L. 
Willard, J. A. 

MARQUETTE. 

Hotel Marqette. 
Manhard. M. R. 
St. Paul's Church. 
Sullivan, Mrs., residence. 
Sweat, J, B, 



BeDell, A, B, 
Sawyer, A. L. 



Ullrich, R. C. 



MENOMINEE. 



, residence, 
MT. CLEMENS 



MUSKEGON. 

Stores. 



Barney, N. A 

Central School Building. 

City Hall. 

Frobel School Building. 

Hackley, C. H., residence. 

Hamilton, C. J. 

High School Building. 

Hills, C. T., residence. 

Howden, J. J. 

Hume, Thos., residence. 

Killup, W. M. M., residence. 

Lee, Capt. S. 

Long, H. O. 

Mason, L. G., residence. 

Misner, C, E,, resi' ence. 

Muskegon Club Building, 

Nelson School Building, 

New School Building. 

Nims, F, A. 

Occidental Hotel. 

Outhwait Block. 

Ranson Street School. 

Rogers Block. 

School No. 3, 

NEGAUNEI'. 

Breitung House, 

ORCHARD LAKE 
Rogers, J, S. 

OSCODA. 

Loud, E, F. 

PONTIAC. 

Hinman, W, G. 
Webb, A,, residence. 



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THE "eilNT" METAL iMH CHMH 

Thoroughly Reliable and an Economical Substitute for COED for Hanging 
Weights to Windovsrs. 



3yn.A.3SrXJF.A.CT"0"E,EI3 oj<ri_.-z' B"5r 



The Smith & Egge Manufacturing "Co 




BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 

It is in use at the Patent Office, "Washington, and many 
other prominent buildings all over the country. 

It gives f atisfaction wherever it is used. Its Tensile 
Strength, and Wearing ftuality is simply Wonderful. 

The "Giant" Metal is made expressly for us only, and no 
other metal offered in the market is equal to it for this 
purpose. 

The company also manufacture excellent chains at loivcr 
prices than the "Giant" Metal, in '• Red Metal " (copper an I 
tin mixture) and Steel. 

Steel Axle, square grooved Pullies in Iron and Real Bronz. . 
Single and double grooved with balancing fixtures for the lai- 
ter to carry two strands of chain side by side for heavy weiyli:- 
— all being nice goods. 
Also "Jewett" Double and Single Acting Butts. 

s. s. s. s. 

SIMPLE, SENSIBLE STRONG AND SECURE. 

In use in the Produce Exchange and Stewart Buildings, N'ew 

York, and many other elegant structures throughout the countrv. 

Send for Descriptive Circular. 




Steam Dan^per Regulators. 

Tills Cut shows the Section of our 

k Steam Damper Regulators 

There are only Two Sizes, weighing 15 and 30 pounds, 

YET IT WILL DD THE WORK DF LARGER # MDRE CDSTLY MACHINES. 




EACH MACHINE IS NICKEL PLATED. PRICES $60 AND $100 
An Iron Bracket and 25 feet ofCbain with ea< li one. 



"We also manufacture Eeducing Valves, Pressure Eegulators, Pump 

Governors, Balanced and Lever Valves, and other Steam 

Regulating Devices. Send for Price Lists to 

MASON REGULATOR CO., 

BOSTON, MASS. 

464 




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Keferenceis. 



I'OKT HURON. 

Haslet, Jas. H. 
Martin, W. I. K., residence. 
Richardson & Gibson. 
Tliompson, Geo., residence. 

K0.1IK0. 
Kennedy, Albert. 

SAGI>AW. 

Barnard Block. 

Eureka Heating \' \'ent. Co , office. 
HoUister, F W., residence. 
Louis Quinnan, office building. 
Louis Quinnan, post utlice. 
Sibley & Bearringer building. 
West Side Club. 

SAULT STE. IVIAKIE. 

Anderson, C. L. 

Anderson, E. A., residence. 

Bank of Commerce Bldg. and Custom House, 

Hickler, John cS: Son. 

Kamp, Geo., residence. 

Plummer, H., residence. 

Plummer, W. H. 

Ripley, Jas., residence. 

ST. LOUIS. 
Elwell, Col. J. A. 

TRAVERSE CITY. 

Hannah, Lay & Co 
Traverse City Jail. 

TI'SILANTl. 

Drury & Taylor. 

MINNESOTA. 

BKAINERD. 

Kinslow, A. G. 

CHASKA. 

School Building. 

DULUTH. 

Costella, J. I. 
Duluth Nat'l Bank. 
Dwyer, P. V. cSi Co. 
Hartley, G. G. 
Patten & McMillan. 
Sweeny, R. O. 

EAU CLAIRE. 

Bailey, Hon. W. F., residence. 

GLENCOE. 
Gilbert, G. K. 
Knight & Dean, Bank. 

HASTINGS. 

Heath, Geo. M. 

LAKE CITY. 

Dwelle, G. M. 
Gillett, H. & Son. 
GiUett, H. 
Masonic Hall. 
Young, C. F. & Bro. 

LA SEUR. 
Smith, E. R., residence. 



MINNEAPOLIS. 

Callom Block. 

Crosby, John, residence. 

Gale, S. C, residence. 

Lee, H. E., residence. 

Levi, G. L. 

Little, F. E. 

Livermore. C. H. 

Long iS: Kees. 

Mable Taintcr Memorial Blcg. 

Martin, F. S. 

McKnight, S. T., residence. 

Northrop, Wm., residence. 

Phelps, E. J., residence. 

Pilsbury, Geo., residence. 

Porter Steam Heating Co. 

Rugg, Fuller & Co. 

Tunstead & Moore, store. 

Webb, H. C , residence. 

OWATONNA. 
Minnesota Academy. 

ROCHESTER. 
Gooding, A., residence. 

STILLWATER. 
Becker, Joseph, saloon and residence. 
Clark, M.M., residence. 
Folsom, CoL E. L., residence. 
Grand Opera House. 
Heitman, Chas., restaurant. 
Hersey, E. L., residence. 
Hersey, Col. R. F., residence. 
Searle, J. N. 
Stillwater Hardware Co. 

ST. PAUL. 
Bank of Minnesota. 
EUer, H. C. 

Fairbanks, Morse & Co. 
First National Bank. 
Fox, J. L. & Co. 

German American Insurance Building. 
Holland & Tho;iipson Mfg. Co. 
Merchants' Hotel. 
Osborne, E. F. 
Porter Steam Heating Co. 
Rugg, H. P. & Co. 
State Gapitol. 
Stickney, A. B., residence. 
Strong, F. P. 

ST. PETER. 
Insane Hospital. 

WABASHA. 
Southworth, A. B. 

WINONA. 

Launberton, Hon. Harry. 
Ludewig, Hon. Jno. , Mayor. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

CLARKSDALE. 

Griffing, W. D. & Co. 

JACKSON. 
Bustamenle, G. D. 



niERIDAN. 

Rice, Dr. C. A., Supt. E. Miss. Insane Asy 
lum. 

PASS CHRISTIAN. 

Mexican Gulf Hotel. 
Pass Christian Institute. 



MISSOURI. 



CAMERON. 

Bohartz, W. H. 
Pash, R. A. 

CLINTON. 
Holliday, Geo. S. 

COLUMBIA. 
State University. 

FULTON. 
Institution for Deaf and Dumb. 
State Lunatic Asylum 

HANNIBAL. 

Chadwick, Chas. & Co. 
Dubach, D. 
Price, J. B. 

HERMAN. 

Herzoy, Wm. 

Stark, George, residence. 

KANS.4S CITY. 

Bewsher, Jas. 

Blossom, Mrs. Elizabeth, residence. 

Brady, J. H. 

Centropolis Hotel. 

Crcighton & Co., D. F. 

Durham House Drainage Co. 

Elliott, H. M. & Co. 

Goss Heating and Plumbing Co 

Hanley & Keraghan. 

Hasbrook, C. E., residence. 

Hornbrook, E. D., & Co. 

Johnson, D. D. 

Kansas City Hot Water Heating and Plumb- 
ing Co. 

Missouri, Kansas, and Texas Loan and Trust 
Co. 

Union Depot. 

Wiight, M. B. 

Yates, Jas. 

KIRKSVILLE. 

State Normal School. 

NEVADA. 

Bell, M. Fred., State Architect. 

NORTH SPRINGFIELD. 

Perkins Water Works Mfg. Co. 
SPRINGFIELD. 

Springfield Fdy. & Machine Co. 

ST. LOUIS. 

American Central Building. 

Bank of Commerce. 

Beal, P. R. 

Beers, Geo. S., apartment house. 

Bell, J. W. 

Brandt, J. G. 



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Reperences. 



Concordia Seminary. 

Crane, fieo. F. 

Faust's, A. E. 

First Congregational Church. 

Hudson, J. L. 

Kupferle Bros. Mnf'g Co. 

Lincoln Flats. 

Lindell Hotel. 

Nelson, N. O. Mnf'g Co. 

Odd Fellows' Building. 

Phipps & Wallace. 

Provident Savings Bank. 

Public Schools. 

Richardson, J. C. 

Ripley & Bronson. 

Rosenheim, A. F. 

St. Louis Club House. 

St. Louis Heating and Ventilating Co. 

St. Louis Natl. Bank. 

Sprague, J. R. & Son. 

Tutt, D. G. 

ST. JOSBFH. 
Bartlett, W. H. 
Eckel & Main, Architects. 
Herbert, M. E. 
Michael, W. A. 
Y. M. C. A. Building. 

MONTANA. 

BILLINGS. 

Soule, George. 

BOZEMAN. 

Boyle & Rich. 
Nevitt, W. M. 
Story, Nelson. 
Willson, General, residence, 

BUTTE CITY. 

De Wolfe, S. 
Grix, R. 

Heesch & EUerbeck. 
High School. 
Leyson & Tuerk. 

Montana Sanitary Plumbing and Steam Heat- 
ing Co. 

HELENA. 
Adams, Henry, residence. 
Bailey, W. G., block. 
Cannon, C. W., residence. 
Chossman, W. A., three residences. 
Clarke, Albert G., residence. 
Duff, Mrs. Fabitha, residence. 
Episcopal Church. 
Floyd-Jones, R. H., residence. 
Gilpatrick, S. C, residence. 
Hanser, Geo. S. T., residence. 
Helena Steam Heating and Supply Co. 
Holter, A. M., H?rdware Co. 
Jacobs, Mrs. Amelia, residence. 
Jones & Galen, Atlas block. 
Jones, S. J., two residences. 
Merchants' Nat Bank. 



Montana Nat. Bank, block. 
Parthen, H. M., residence and two blocks. 
Phelps, L G., block. 
Power & Keefe, block. 

Power, Sullivan it Phelps, Diamond block. 
Power, Senator, T. C, two blocks. 
Reeder, Geo. K. 
Russell, Joseph, residence. 
Sanders, Senator, W. F., residence. 
Sturrock, Frank, residence. 
St. Vincent's Academy. 
Toole, E. W., block. 

Toole, J. R. (Governor of Montana) resi- 
dence. 
U. .S. Assay Office, Government Building. 
Word, S., residence. 

MILES CITY. 
Barnard, F. 

MISSOULA. 
Higgins Bank. 
St. Patricks Hospital. 

NEBRASKA. 

BEATRICE. 

Barclay, F. 
Cook, D. A. 
Ellis, Jno. 
King, Will. 
McConwell \. N 
Smith, L E. 
Walback, M. S. 

BLAIR. 

Heroes, A. P. 

CRETE. 

Foss, F. 
High School. 
Johnson, \. R. 

FAIRBURG. 

Champlain, L. C. 
Gribben, G. W. 
Kinyon, V. 

GENOA. 
Clark, T. R., M. D. 

GRAND ISLAND. 
Phillips, F. C. 



Porter, H. J. 



GRANT. 



HASTINGS. 



Anson & Pratt. 

Brown, Robt. 

Burggrof, J. G. & Son 

Damron, N. 

Dumerson, F. N. 

Hartwell, Jas, B. 

Nebraska Loan and Trust Co. 

Prall, Geo. H. 

Roher, W. S. 

KE.4RNET. 
Allen, H. J., residence. 
Baker, N. A., residence. 
Curric, J. C, residence. 



Ellis, Geo., residence. 
Finch, C. B., residence. 
Frank, Sr., G. W., residence. 
Frank, Jr., G. W., residence. 
Gamble, Ross., residence. 
Gilchrest, F. H., residence. 
Guston, A. J , residence. 
Henderson, C. H., residence. 
Nevious, S. M., residence. 
Pratt, Warren, residence. 
Scott, Wm. T. , residence 
Snowden, A. J., residence. 

LINCOLN. 
Academy of Music. 
Cooper, W. J., & Cole Bros. 
Ewing Clothing Co., block. 
Kosmeyer, F. A. & Co. 
O'Neill, J. H. 
Phillips, Capt. O. R. 
Phillips, R. O. 
Pomerene & Percival. 

NORFOLK. 
Barnes, J. B., residence. 
Wiley Hardware Co. 

NORTH PLATTE. 

First National Bank. 

OMAHA. 

Churchill Pump Co. 

Lewis, E. V. 

McCaffrey, Hugh, business block. 

Omaha Club. 

Perkins, L P. 

Wind, W. S., Engine and Pump Co. 

YORK. 
Sedgwick & Powers. 
Sherman, N. A. 
Shidler, Dr. 
The Meades State Bank. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

BOSCAWEN. 

Merrimack County Poor Farm Buildings. 

CLAREMONT. 
Beckwith, H. R. 
Dow, R. K. 
Rand & Rice. 

Bancroft, Dr. J. D. 

Carter, Dr. W. G., residence. 

City Hospital. 

Eagle Hotel. 

Emery, Geo. 

Hazelton, D. 

Kimball, D. J. 

Larkin, P. 

Minnis & Paige. 

New Hampshire Insane Asylum. 

New Hampshire Savings Bank. 

Stevens, L. D. 

Todd. Geo. E.. residence. 

Unitarian Church. 



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References. 



Vermont Insane Asylum. 

Woodward Building, store and offices. 

DOVER. 
Bellamy Club, 
Cacheco Mfg, Co 

Dover Foundry and Machine Works, 
Jennoy, J. M. 
Littlefield, Frary & Co, 
Munns, Jas. 
Viltum, Col, B. Frank, 

FISHERV1I,I,E. 
Catholic Parsonage. 

FRANKLIN FALLS. 
Clark & Haynes, 
Griffing, G. VV,, residence. 
Haynes & Kidder. 
Kemple, G. R, & Co., store. 
UOBHAia. 
Demond Bros. 
Fuller, A. W. 

HANOVER. 
Cobb, S. W, 
Hardy, Prof, H. L, 

HINSDALE, 
Robertsons. F. W, 

KEENE, 
Davis, Wright & Co. 
Mullard, II. W, 

KINSDALE, 

Roberts, F. W. 

LACONIA. 

Busiel, Frank E. 
Folsom A. 

Lawrence, E, T. & Co. 
Laconia Car Cc. 
Moulton, Hon, Jno, C, 
Newton. N. D, 
Putnam, Perley. 
Russell, N. D, 

LAKE VILLAGE, 

Cole Mfg. Co, 

LANCASTER. 

Cobleigh & Moore, 

LEBANON, 

Heildrcth, C. M. & Son. 

MANCHESTER, 

City of Manchester, (Engine House), 

Dearborn, Henry 

Elliott Hospital, 

Fauchier, H. I. 

Lane, Thos. A. 

Manchester House, 

Manchester Heating and Lighting Works, 

Pike & Heald, 

The J, B, Varick Co. 

MARLBORO, 
Merriam Bros, 

NASHUA. 
Bickford, J. D., residence. 
Cross, Jno. A., residence. 
Cross, Levi S,, residence. 



I Davis, Henry H. 
Farley, Mrs. E. A,, residence, 
Forsailh, Charles, residence. 
Gay, A. E. 

Gregg, W. A., residence, 
Howard, J, W., residence. 
Jackman, C, B. & Son, 
Jackman, Frank E., residence. 
Jackman, S, S. & Co. 
Phaneuf, H. C. 
Roby, L. A,, residence. 
Wood, E. O., residence, 

PENACOCK, 
Bell, W. H, 

PORTSMOUTH. 
Sweetser, Jno, F, 

TROY, 

Starkey, Geo, 
Starkey, Lanson. 

AVESTVILLE. 
Beecher, E. B. 
Beecher, L. A. 

WHITEFIELD. 

Noyes, J, E. & Co, 

WINCBESTER 

Capron, C, E. 
Merrill, B. C, 

Winchester Steam Heating Co, 
WOODS VI LLE, 

Grafton Co, Farm. 

NEW JERSEY. 

ALLAMUCHT 

Ayers, W, S, 

ALLENDALE, 

Rhodes, Chas, R. 

ALLOWAIS, 

Moners, Mr, 
Stretch, Mr. 
Thomas, Howard. 
Van Lier, H. S, 

ANTHONY. 

Apgar, N, L. 

ARLINGTON, 

Allen, R,, residence. 

Allen & Heath, store 

Ackerman, Chas. 

Arlington Public School. 

B ckett Foundry and Mach, Co., offices. 

Cobb, G. B. 

Edmonds, J, Wesley, residence. 

Green, H. C, residence, 

Hathaway, J, O,, residence. 

Heath, W. L., residence. 

Holmes, T, D., residence 

Jarvis, R. R, 

Logan, W,, residence, 

Rogers, W,, residence. 

Roome, H. R,, residence. 

School, 

Stowe, I. A., residence. 

Sudderly, H, 

Wood, S. 



ASBlTRf PARK. 

Asbury Park Public School. 

Board of Trade Rooms. 

Brown, Mrs. Wm,, residence. 

Brown, Wm, A, 

Byram Bldg, 

Coleman House, 

Crowell, B, & Co. 

Electric Light Works, 

Grand Ave, Hotel, 

Mills, W. S. 

Mitchell, Dr, H., residence. 

Moss, Isaac, residence. 

New Grand Opera House. 

Parisen, R. F. 

Powley, Frank, 

Ripley, J, S, 

Stauffer, Wm. H., photograph gallery. 

Stout, A, T, 

West End Hotel. 

White, Uriah, residence. 

Wynans, John, grocery. 

ATLANTIC CITY, 

Atlantic City Water Works, 
Brighton Hotel, 
Buck & McClellan, 
Eldridge, L. H, 
Freeman, L, E, 
Haddon Hotel. 
Hemsley, F, W. & Son, 
Hotel Burkley. 
Jackson, G. W. 
Lee, E. S. 
Newman, Jos. 
San-Marcos Hotel, 
Seaside Hotel. 
Solomon, Isaac, 
Vermont House. 
Warrington, Dr. 

AVON-BV-THE-SEA 

Avon Inn. 

BASKIN RIDGE, 

Moore, C, A. 

BAYONNE. 

Bayonne Barrel Factory, oliice. 

Bonny, Geo, W., residence. 

Bulen, G, F, 

Coward, Mr, 

Eddows, R. T. 

Ellsworth, Joseph, residence, 

Farr, Wm. C, residence, 

German Lutheran Church. 

Hansen, Joseph G., residence 

Isabell, Mr, 

Killeen, Rev, T, M, 

Russell, I, W, 

Small, Mr. 

St. Ma'y's Church. 

Stillman, Mr, 

Watters, Sam'l, residence, 

Wiggam, J. 

Wiggins, L, 

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Repbrences. 



I5EACH HAVEN. 

Hotel Englesidf. 

ItELLEVILLE. 

Smith, Chas. 

St. Peters R. C. Churcli. 

UtLVlDEKE. 

Drake, Richard T , residence. 
Givens, Geo. R., liotel. 
Kelsey, A. B., residence. 
Kelsey, Blair, residence. 
Kinmore, A. 
Lambach, A., hotel. 
Marrow, Wm. H., law office. 
McEwan, W. W., residence. 
McGee, Dr. Wm. H., residence. 
McMurtrie, Abra.u. residence. 
McMurtrie, Geo K., residence, 
Sampsell, Alex., residence. 
Trester, Jacob, residence. 
Wildrick, Jason K. 

BEKGEN POINT. 

Bellman, C. A. 
Dobson, Thos. 
McGinnis, A. 

BEKNAKDSVII.tE. 

Gassabrant, E. F 

BLACK MILLS. 

Snyder, C. H. 

BL.IIRSTOWN. 

Blair, Dr. J. J. 

Blair, Hon. John 1. 

Blair Presbyterian Academy. 

Howell, W. H. 

Miller, Conrad. 

Presbyterian Parsonage. 

Presbyterian Music Hall. 

Stauffer, G. E. 

Vail, I. D. 

Vail, W. H.,M D 

BI.OOMFIELI). 

Bancroft, J. M. 
Camp, F. T., architect. 
Ellers. E. 
Hall, F. S. 
Madison, R. 
Morris, A. T. 
Ward, T. H. 

BLOOMSBURY. 
Dalrymaple, Robt. 
Dalrymaple, Wm. 
Little, W. S., M. D., residence. 
Willever, J. J. 
Willever, J. V. 

BOUND BROOK. 

Close, W. H. 
Gaddis House. 
McNabb, Robt. 
Reynolds, Mr. 

BOKDENTOWN. 
Adams, T. N., residence. 
Bordentown Female College. 
Bordentown Military School. 
Enright, Jas. & Co. 



The J. V. Carter Co. 
Woodward, J. B., residence. 

BRANCerORT. 
Dobbins & Loeb. 
Monroe Hotel. 

BRIDGETON. 
Anderson, M. 
West Side Mach. Co. 

BRIGHTON. 

Allen, William, residence. 

Bright, B. T., residence. 

Buck, Robert, residence. 

Coyle, Rev. L, E , residence. 

Cumberland County Alms House. 

Cumberland National Bank. 

Cumberland Nail and Iron Co. 

Garrison, Prof. W. O., residence. 

Hohenstal's Hotel. 

McGear. Charles P. 

McGear, H. H. 

Minch, F. B. 

Nixson, W. G. 

West Presbyterian Church. 

Woodruff, W. H. 

BUDDS LAKE. 

Mitchell, Geo. 

BURLINGTON. 

Burlington M. E. Church. 
Wood, R. F. 

BUTLER. 

White, Walter C. 

CALDWELL. 
Lane, I. 

CALIFON. 

Adamson, J. H. 
Hoffman, J. 
Philhowers, P. 

CAMDEN. 

Camden and Atlantic R. R., office. 
New Jersey Trust Co. Bl'd. 
West Jersey R. R., office. 

CAPE MAT. 

Allen, Geo. W. , cottage. 

CEDARVILLE. 

Bateman, Dr. E. R. 

CHATHAM. 

Lum, M. B. 

CHESTER. 

CoUis, Wm. E. 
Davis, J. K. 
Drake, H. P. 
Jenkins, F. N. 
Lansom, Mary. 
Presbyterian Parsonage. 
Yawger, Jas. C. 

CLAYTON. 
Moon, Bros. 
Silven, A. J. 

CLIFTON. 

DeMott, Geo. V. 
Merselis, John H. 

CLINTON. 

Bonnel, Mrs. E. A. 



Hildeck. Alfred. 
Morrill, F. T. 

CONSTABLE HOOK. 

Tide Water Oil Co. 

CONVENT STATION. 

St. Elizabeth's Academy. 

CRANDELL. 

Chapin, H. A. 

CRANBURT. 

Applegate, Chas. 

D.AYTON. 

Reynolds, J. R. 

DECKEKTOWN. 

Adams. F. P., residence. 
Coons, J. J., residence. 
DeCamp. Wm. 
Lawrence, J. L & .Sons. 
Little, J. 
Loomis, L. J. 
Margerum, Theo. F. 
Mills & Adams. 
Wilson, C. A. 

DEMOREST. 

Herring, A. 

DOVER PLAINS. 

Hanna, J. A. 

DOVER. 

Arndt, Jno. 

Baker, W. H., building. 

Bennett, R. A., M. D. 

Buck, P. C. 

Conlen, Richard. 

Dover Boiler Works. 

Drummer, Jno. 

Eckhart, Jno. J. 

First M. E. Parsonage. 

Goodale, W. E. 

Hairhouse, I. 

Hurd, J. W. 

Martin, John H. 

MoUer, Daniel. 

Pierson & Co, 

Public Schools. 

Richards, Geo. & Co., two buildings. 

Searing, J. W. 

Shepherd, Rev. J. A. 

Simpson, J. H. 

St. Mary's Church Parsonage. 

Tippett, Frank. 

Tillyer, Dr. B. J., office. 

Tillyer, L. D. 

The Union Bank. 

Westervelt, G. H. 

Wiedrick. David, residence. 

Wood, Mrs. W. A. 

DRAKESVILLE. 
Frothingham, H. B. 
King, Theo. F. 
Riggs, Mrs. Nancy. 



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References. 



EDENTOWN. 

Boyle Chas. 
Littlefield, Chas. 
Stevens, W. R. 
Waere, Peter. 

EDGEWATER PARK. 
Hinners, E. H. & Co., factory. 
Hinners, E. H., residence. 

EGG HARHOK. 

Gardner, J. J. 
Senn, Edward. 

ELIZABETHPORT. 

Brandt, Peter, residence. 
Clauss Bros., residence. 
Clauss, Geo., residence. 
Coleman, Jas. G., residence. 
Gilhowly, Judge, P. H., residence. 
Moore Bros. 
Moore & Bartlett. 
Moore, S. L. & Sons Co. 
Moore, Samuel L., Jr. 
Singer Manufacturing Co. 
Stearns, W. VV. 
St. Patrick Church. 

ELIZABETH. 
Battin, Jos. 

Breidt, Peter, residence. 
Faulks, Jas. H. 
First National Bank. 
Hoover, W. H., Jr., architect. 
Jacques, C. E., architect. 
Public School No. i. 
Public School No. 4. 
Stearns, W. W., Supt. C. R. R. of N. J. 
St. Patrick's Church. 
Snow, J. P. 
Thornton, S. P. 
Woodruff, E. C. 

ENGLEWOOD. 

Bliss, Delos, residence. 
DeRonde, Abraham. 
Freudenthal, I., residence. 
Hendricks, J. R. 
Ireland. J. R. 

EA.ST ORANGE. 

Adams, A. 

Baldwin, Elias M., residence. 

Doup, Thos. V. 

East Orange Opera House. 

Frederick, Jas. R., residence. 

Greenfield, Jas. H., residence. 

Hall, Chas., residence. 

Hoffman, Chas, residence. 

James, W. H. H., residence. 

King Jno. S., residence. 

Knapp, F. W. 

Lang, F. 

Mandeville, Dr. H. A., residence. 

Manger, Nicolas, residence. 

Pickslay, J. D., residence. 

Roche, A. 



Worth, Mrs. Maria, residence. 
Williams, Charles S.. residence. 

ELMER. 
Cheesman, Dr. 

FIELDSBORO. 
Mayers, Joseph. 

FIN1)ERNE. 
Thompson, A. D. 

FLElVUNGTOy. 
Bartells, W. 
Connet, Jno L. 
Conklen, E. P. 
Fleming Social Club. 
Herr H. Burdett. 
Hopewell Hall. 
Hopewell, J. B. 
Humphrey, Lambert, hotel. 
HuntcrJon Co. Nat. Bank. 
Kline, A. K. 
Knight Templers Room. 
Kuhl, R. H. 
Large, G. H. 
Post-ofBce. 
Public School. 

Shields, Capt. John, residence. 
Stockton Jno. H. 

FORT LEE. 

Abbott, Jas. 

FREEHOLD. 

Brakeley, Jos. 

FKENCHTO^VN. 

Apgar, W. C, Hotel. 
Haring, A. B. 
Lone, C. P. 
Uhler Michael. 
Union National Bank. 

GERMAN VAILET. 

Bartles, E. M., residence. 
Presbyterian Church. 
Stephens, F. D. residence. 
Stephens, F. D., store. 
Weise, E., residence. 
Welsh, J. C. 

GLASBORO. 
Warrick, J. Price. 

GLEN RIDGE. 
Campbell, Ira. 

GLOUCESTER. 
Thompson, Wm. 

GREENVILLE. 

Bamber Hall. 

Chase, F. N. 

Dominican Convent. 

J. C. Fire Dept. New Truck Hous 

Olhauser, Fred. 

Wetmore, Mrs. E. W. 

GREENWICH. 
Stathams, D. J. 

HACKENSACK. 
Ballage, Robt. 
Banta, A. B., residence. 



Ranta, C. T., residence and store. 

Bergen County Buildings, Jail and Recording 

Offices. 
Cadmus, C. J., residence. 
Conklin, P. L , residence. 
Demarest, S. R., Jr., residence. 
Doremus, J. C, residence. 
Eckerson, E. E., residence. 
Ferdon, Wm. H., residence. 
Grode, J. O., residence and store. 
Hackensack Hall and Armory. 
Harris, C. A., residence. 
Huyler & Son. 

Jacobson, Mrs. S. H., residence. 
Kirby, Richard, residence 
Lozier, William S., residence. 
Mendelsohn. H., residence and store. 
School Dstricts No. 31 and 32. 
Shackelton, O. C, residence. 
Smith & Shafer, Messrs., building. 
Van Saun, C. J., residence. 
Williams, Mrs. Jane, residence. 

HACKETTSTOWN. 
Biiell, A. B. 

Campfield, Margaret, residence. 
Drake, W. N. 
Flock, J. D., residence. 
Grosjean, Mrs. C. T., residence. 
Hackettstovvn National Bank. 
Howell, T. B., residence. 
Mitchell, Geo. I. 
Trimmer, Dr. Asa. 

HADDENFIELD. 
Bell Bros. 

HAMMONTOWN. 
Packard, E. S. 

HARRI.SON. 
Church of the Holy Cross and Pastoral, resi- 
dence. 
Sacred Heart Convent. 

HELMETTA. 
Helme, Geo. W. & Co., offices and stores. 

HIBERNIA. 
Richards, Beach & Co, 
Richards, Geo. & Co. 

HIGB BRIDGE. 
Bryant. G. L. 
Eaton. J. H. 

HIGHTSTOWN. 
Annex t) Peddie Institute. 
De Macknett, M. 
Franklin, Dr. G. F. 
Fisk, D. V. & Son. 
Longstreet Memorial Library. 
Shangle, John R. 
Shangle, S & Son. 

HIGH'WOOD. 
James, Col. S. A. 

UOIiOKEN. 
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Baley, J. G. 

Beck, A. J. 

Besson, J. C, residence. 

Canfield, H., P. R. R. 

Chamberlain, Mr. 

Cheney, Dr. C. D. 

City Hall. 

f hurch of the Holy Innocence. 

Church of Our Lady of Gr^ce. 

Cop. us, Geo. 

Coopers, Geo. 

Consolidated Iron Worlcs. 

Coy'.e, M., hall. 

Delancy, Dr. F. 

D. L. & W. R. R. Co. 

Duenkel, L. E. 

Fehr, Dr. J. 

First National Bank, Newark a^'d Hudson Sts 

German Club. 

Heitemeyer, C. 

Hexamers, Phillip, riding academy. 

Hirtler's Sons, C, pork packint;. 

Hoboken Bank for Savings. 

Hoboken Land and Improvement Co. 

Hoboken High School. 

Holtin, H. C. 

Jacobs, H. R., theatre. 

Jenvey, Rev. W. R. 

Mathey, J. 

Meyers Hotel. 

Mill & Ferguson. 

Newman, K. & Co. 

Otz, E.. silk mills. 

Public School, No. 4. 

Public School, No. 6. 

Public School. No. 8. 

Reed, Bros., building, 8g Washington St. 

Round House, D. L. & VV. R. R. 

Second National Bank. 

Sinclair, G. M., No. 34 4th St. 

Smith Bros., butcher shop. 

Smith, James, residence. 

St. Michael's Monastery. 

St. Paul's Rectory. 

Timken. H. L., Hotel. 

Vanderbeck, H. A., 145 Willow Ave. 

J.4MESTOWX. 
Kent, A. F. 

JERSEY CITY. 
Apgar, E. N., Glenwood Ave. 
Applely, Charles. 
Arion Singing Society. 
Battin, Rev. S. H. 
Bedle, Hon. J. D., 473 Jersey Ave. 
Berkley Club. 
Bidwell, Mrs. A. G. 
Bidwell, H. C. 
Bidwell, Dr. H. G. 
Brinkerhoff, W. M. 
Brinkman & Houck. 
Brown, Capt. 



Brown, Joel W. 

Brown, T. C, & Van Anglen. building. 

Cairns, Mr. 

Carteret Club House. 

Castens, H. 

Central Railroad, Ferry offices. 

Clark Bros. 

Cleveland, A. B., Seed Co. 

Coffin, Wm. W. 

Colgate & Co. 

Coughlin, Geo., residence. 

C. R. R. of. N. J., depot. 

Culver Building. 

Gushing, N. B. 

Daniels, Mrs. Chas. H. 

Daument, A. 

Dewar. Capt. J. R , residence. 

Dickinson, W. H. & Co. 

Dodge & Co's office. 

Domestic Spring Hcd Co., building. 

Dominican Convent. 

Earnest, V. H. 

Emery M. E. Church. 

Evans, W. T. 

Evening Journal Building. 

Farner, W. W. 

Fenner, J. H. 

Fields. J. B. 

First National Bank. 

Fountain, Geo. C, drug store. 

Fountain, Geo. C, residence. 

Fuller Building. 

Furst Bros., store. 

German Evangelical Church. 

Gibson, W. F. 

Gifford, G. 

Gifford, Livingston. 

Gregory Building. 

Grossman, R. C. 

Grumbach, Mrs. Eugene. 

Grumbach, F. 

Gurney, W. H. 

Hamlin, H. 

Harris, William. 

Hartzheim, J. 

lleadden, Geo. 

Henderson, A., residence. 

Henderson, Chas., residence. 

High Service Reservoir Bld'g 

Hilton, J. A. 

Hitchcock, W. H. 

Holden, D. L.. residence. 

Home for Aged Germans. 

Houck Bros,, factory, Johnston Ave. and Pine 

Street. 
Hudson County National Bank. 
Hudson County Penitentiary. 
Hussa, O., residence. 
Ingwersen Building. 
Jersey City Academy of Music. 
Jersey City Athletic Club. 
Jersey City Board of Trade. 



Jersey City Electric Light Co. 

Jersey City Insurance Co. 

Jersey City Post Office. 

Kniffen, J. H., 93 Washington street. 

Kydd, Celes. 

Lampson, Mortimer, M. D., residence. 

Lang, Oscar. 

Lehigh Valley Coal Docks. 

Leslie, Hugh. 

Lorillard, P. & Co. 's., office. 

Lyon, F. W., residence. 

Mahoney Flats. 8th street, between Jersej 

Ave and Erie street. 
Marvin, N. R., residence. 
McBurney, J. C, residence. 
McKay, Hugh, residence. 
McLaughlin, Thos. 
■McNaughton, Wm. 
McWilliams & Brown. 
.\Iecabe, O. S, 
.\Iehl, J. & Co. 
Meyer, C. T. cS: V. E. 
.Meyer, Miss Lena. 
Morrow, Day & Co. 
.Mortimer, Rev. F. E. 
Murphy Flats. 
.Murphy, Michael B. 
.Murray, John P. Co. 
Vational Storage Co., offices. 
N'ew Jersey Car Spring and Rubber Co. 
>few Jersey Paint Works. 
New York Standard Watch Co. 
Neise, H. E. 
North Baptist Church. 
N. Y. L E. & W. R. R. Co.'s depot. 
N. Y. L. E. & W. R. R. Co.'s Ferry House. 
N. Y. L. E. & W. R. R. Co.'s office. 
Opdyke, L. A., M. D. 
Palma Club. 
Palmers building, 
Pattberg Hilarius. 
Patten, Geo. M. residence. 
Pennsylvania R. ferry house, depot and 

offices. 
Perkins. Geo. F. , residence. 
Police Headquarters. 
Provident Institution for Savings. 
Public School No. 4. 
Public School No. 8. 
Public School No. 20. 
Public School No 21. 
Roberts, P. 
Robertson, Wm. 
Roche Building. 
Sayre, T., residence. 
Second National Bonk. 
Simpson, R. 
Smith, Theo., & Bro. 
Spaulding, Jennings & Co. 
Standard Wood Turning Co. 
St. Aloysius Academy. 
Standard Iron Co. 



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References. 



Steel & Condict. 

Stevens Frank. 

St. Bridget's R. C. Church. 

St. Bridget's Pastorial residence. 

St. Bridget's School. 

St. Catharen's Home. 

St. John's German Church. 

St. Mark's P. E. Church. 

St. Mark's P. E. Church, Annex Building. 

St. Mary's P. E. Church. 

St. Micheals Orphan Asylum 

St. Patrick's Cathedral. 

St. Paul's P. E. Church. 

Tartar Chemical Co. 

Taylor's Hotel. 

Taylor, J. & Co. 

Taylor, W. H. & Son. 

Teetsel, Mrs. Alice. 

Thompson, J. R., & Co., office. 

Tompkins, S. D., residence. 

Torsion U. S. Balance and Scale Co. 

United Gas Improvement Co. 

United States Express Co., stables. 

Van Winkle, Mrs. Peter, residence. 

Vreeland, A. J., residence. 

Vreeland, Mrs., residence. 

Wallis Iron Works. 

Washburn, R. C. 

Weldon Building. 

Wells, Fargn Express Co.'s Bldg, pier 4. 

Williams, R. A., residence. 

Williams, Thos. H., residence. 

Wilkinson, Geo., M. D. 

Wilson, Nicholas, residence. 

Witsch, N. 

Wood Bros. 

Wood's Hall. 

JOH.STOWN. 

Lorillard, P. 

JUNCTION. 

Adams, O. W. 

KEARNEY. 

Kearney, J. Watts. 

KENVIl,. 

Ayres, W. S. 

Burg, C. D. 

Lawrence, John, residence. 

Wortman, Wm., hotel. 

LAKE HOPATCON<i. 
Hotel Breslin. 
Bryant, G. L. 
Schafer, D. & Son. 

lAKEWOOD. 
Laurel House. 
Palmer, J. R. 
Stevens, Frank, residence. 

LAMBERTVILLE. 
Johnson, Amos. 
Lear, J. J. 
Petter, C. M. 

Robertson, W. S., residence. 
Vanhorn, R. H. 



LAW KENCBVIHE. 

Hamell House. 
Lawrencevillc School. 

I,ATTON. 
Hursh, G. E. 
Miller, J. N., M. D., residence. 

LEBANON. 
Hoffman, Miss Ann. 
Hoffman, N. W. 

LITTLI SILVER. 
Hazard, E. C. 

LONG BRANCH. 
Bazley & Burns, store and offices. 
Castle Hall. 
Catholic Church. 
Cooper, Thos. W. 
Daly, Philip, two Cottages. 
Garfield Ave. Primary School. 
Hoey, John, cottage. 
Hollywood Cottages. 
Long Branch High School. 
Monroe, Norman L. , residence. 
Ocean Lodge. 
Pennsylvania Club House. 
Pombertson, Dr. H. H., residence. 
Robillard, O. L., residence. 
Steinbach, J. Bros. 
Stillwaggon, Frank, residence. 
The Hollywood Hotel. 
Warwick, Wm. 

niADISON. 

Cooke, E. L. 

Drew Theological Seminary. 

Genung, M. Y. 

St. Vincent R. C. Church. 

MATTEWAN. 
Skating Rink. 

McCAINSVILLE. 
Ayers, W. S. 
Heller, P. J. 
Reeves, C. A. 

MENUHAM. 
Bedell, W. J. 
Garabrant, E. F. 
Rood, E. J. 

MERCHANTVILLE. 
Bush, Geo. P. 

MIDULEISII.SH. 
Totten, B. S., residence. 

MIDDLETOWN. 
Hendrickson, Miss May. 

MIDDLE VALLEY. 
Farrow, Levi, M. D. 
Neighbour, Lemuel. 
Trimer, Lot. 

MILFORD. 
Shafer& Eckel. 
Wilson, Thomas. 

MILLVILLE. 
Conover, C. B., store. 
Creamer & Spocks. 
Foster, J. H., store. 



Glass Factory, office. 

Mulford, Mrs. A. L., residence. 

Steclman, A. J. 

MINNESINK. 
Shafer, E. & Son. 

MONTCLAIR. 
Anderson, C. W., residence. 
Deluce, Miss B., residence. 
Denby, I. 

Doreraus, Philip, stores. 
Dreste, C. F. 
Green, J. 

Heller, P. J., residence. 
Holt, Mrs. S., residence. 
Inness, Geo. 

Love, Dr. J. J. H., residence. 
McNaughton, J. 
Merritt, D. F., residence. 
Mook, Chas. Q. 

Noyes, Mrs. J. R. D., residence. 
Reeves, C. J. 
Sigler, G. , residence. 
Stephens, J., residence. 
Strudor, A. C, residence. 
Trusdell, Thos., residence. 
Tuers, David, residence. 
Van Riper, P. E., residence. 
Voorhees, E. M., residence. 
Watkins, Dr. S. C. G. 
Williams, E. &. J. C. 

MORRISTOWN. 
Birch, F. F., residence. 
Bishop, Mrs. C. C, residence. 
Church of the Redeemer Parish House, 
Cobanks, Estate of Mrs. Mary E. 
County Offices. 
Court House and Jail. 
Dana, Miss E. E., Morris Female Inst. 
Dobbins, Col. E. L., residence. 
Douglas, Dr. James, residence. 
Fairchild, Frank H., residence. 
Farrelly, P., block. 
Haley, Capt. B. F. 
Hibler, Wm. H., meat market. 
Kountze, L. 

Lidgerwood, W. V. V., residence. 
Mansion House. 
Marsh, C. M., residence. 
Marsh, Frank, residence. 
McDermott, Walter, residence. 
Smith, Mrs. Oscar B , residence. 
St. Peter's Church. 
Sullivan, Jas. P., residence. 
Sundden, Wm. I., residence. 
United States Hotel. 
Voorhees, Geo. E. Jr., residence. 

MT. HOLLY. 
Davis, Jno. B. 
Deacon, Mrs. Anna M. 
Engle, Robt. B. 
Gaskill, Geo. E. 
Mabley & Carew. 



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all questions regarding the Stained Glass, Color Decoration and burnishing 

of the Church Interior. 

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executed some of the most important work ever produced in this country^ 
they can arrange comprehensive schemes, embodying the architects suggestions, 
so that unity of effect will be secured in color, line and proportion. 

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Reperences. 



Merritt, C. E. 
Thomas, Eli R. 
Worrell, Geo. D. 

MT. PLKASAXT. 

Pullman Palace Car Co. 

NETHERWOOD. 

Howen, H. F., residence. 
Greenwood, G. H. 
Netherwood Hotel. 

NEWARK. 

Alberson, Chas.. store. 

Albright, A. 

Aldine Apartment House. 

Allen, Thos. B., 691 Broad St. 

American Insurance Co., Broad St. 

Armbuster, Gregory. 

Atha, Benjamin, High St. 

Ball, las. T. 

Ballantine, P. & Son. 

Ballatine, R. F. 

Ballatine & Co, 

Ballentine c& Sons. 

Ballentine, J. H. 

Bannister & Polland. 

Barnett & Co. 

Bawman. C. V. 

Beuler, Frank. 

Blaikmoer. G. C 

BonJ, C. E. 

Bonnell, J. M., Son & Co. 

Borneman, A. 

Breadley, W. H., Broad St. 

Brown, Gilbert C. 

Brown, H. S., residence. 

Brown, Walter. 

Brown & Stewart. 

Brumley, Dr. J. D., residence 

Burnett St. Public School. 

Ca'lan, P. 

Callender Insulating Co. 

Campbell Tobacco Works. 

Campbell, C. G., office bldg. 

Camden Street Public School. 

Carey, R. J. 

Carley, T. S. 

Casey, Jno. 

Celluloid Mfg. Co. 

Centennial Building. Market St. 

City Alms House. 

City Hall. 

Chief Engineer's office. 

Clark. Sanford. 

Clark, Wm. 

Clinton Building. 

Cody, Rev. P. 

Collin, A. B. 

Cooper, Chas. & Co., factory. 

Crane. J , residence. 

Crockford Steam Generator Co. 

Curtis, E. A. 

Demarest, W. 

Demon, Wm. 



Denny Bros. Co. 

Denny, J. W. 

Dickerson, F. L. 

Dixon, W. 

Dow, Ale.x. & Co. 

Dowden, Chas. 

Dunn, E. & Bro. , 104 Market St. 

Dunn, Walter. 

Duryee, E. H., residence. 

Eastwood, John. 

Egbert, W. V. A: Co. 

Ely & Ely, store. 

Essex County Bank. 

Essex Countj' Court House. 

Essex Club 44 Park Place. 

Essex County Insane Asylum, 

Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

Fehleisen, Albert. 

Felsberg, Theo. 

Fire Alarm Telegraph office. 

Fire Engine House, No. 3. 

Fire Engine House. No. 4. 

Fire Engine House, No. 5. 

Fire Engine House, No. 6. 

Fire Engine House, No. 9. 

Fire Engine House, No. 10. 

Fire Engine House, No. 11. 

Fireman's Insurance Co. 

First Baptist Peddie Memorial Ch. 

First Precinct Station House. 

First Presbyterian Church. 

Franklin School. 

Fritts, C. 

Geises, Theo. 

German English School, loth Ward. 

German Hospital. 

Gerth, Theo. 

Gifford, Jno. A. 

Gisch, Chris. 

Goetz, August. 

Graham, Chas. A. 

Gray, R. Jr. 

Grubb, Geo. 

Hainske, Wm. 

Halme cS: Co. 

Hamerslog, N. 

Hansen, Jnr. 

Hannah, F. A. 

Hanson, Van winkle & Co. 

Haoldgen, Chas., residence. 

Hawsling, Henry A. 

Hawly, Dr. S. S. 

Heath Building. 

Heath, S. R. W. 

Helbig, F. W. 

Heller, Fred., Clinton Ave. 

Hensler, Adolph, Sr., Hensler's Hall. 

Hensler, Adolph, Jr. 

Hensler, Joseph, Sr. 

Hensler, Joseph, Jr. 

Hensler, Jno. 

Herman, John. 



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Heroes & Phillips Iron Works. 

High School. 

Hill. Wm. 

Hook & Ladder House, No i. 

Hook tt Ladder House, No. 2. 

Hook & Ladder Housr, No. 3. 

Home for the Aged. 

Hose Depot. 

House of the Good Shepherd. 

Howard's Savings Institution. 

Howarth Bros. 

Howell, Jas. E. 

Howell, Samuel. 

Jeffland, Jno. 

Jenkenson, Geo. B., High St. 

Kreuger, G. 

Lehman, Chas. A. 

Lenz, August. 

Libkencher, Julius. 

Lidenbach, Milton. 

Link, Wm. 

London, Liverpool & Globe Ins. Co. Building, 

Lowentraut, Peter. 

Macknet & Doremus. 

Macknet, Morris D. 

Market Street Public School, 

McKeon, R. 

Meekes, S. J. 

Merchant's Insurance Co., Broad St. 

Mercy, Meyer. 

Meserau, W. T. & ].. Railroad Ave. 

Milne, Alex. 

Miner's Theater. 

Mockridge & Son. 

Mount Pleasant Cemetery, office. 

Murphay, W. H. 

Murphy, Franklin, Broad St. 

Murphy Varnish Co. 

Nessle, J. P. 

Newark Aqueduct Board Office. 

Newark Beef Co. 

Nev/ark City Hospital. 

Newark Evening News Building. 

Newark Fire Department. 

Newark Gas Light Co. 

Newark Savings Institution. 

Newa-k Steel Works. 

Newark Nickle Plating Co., office and factory 

Niagara Fire Ins. Co. 

North End Club. 

Oliver St. Public School. 

Oriental Apartment House. 

Parker & Keasby, Broad St. 

Parker, Joel, Club Rooms. 

Passaic Chemical Co. 

Peddie, T. B. & Co. 

Pennington, Dr. H. H. 

Pettet, F. A. 

Plaut, L. S. & Co. 

Plum, S. H., residence. 

Police Headquarters. 

Preston, T. J. & Co. 



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References. 



Price, Theo. 

Progress Club. 

Prudenlial Ins. Co. 

Rankin, William. 

Rehman, Louis & Co. 

Republican Club. 

Reilly, John. 

Robb, Jno. T., residence. 

Robens, Christopher. 

Roseville Ave. Public School. 

Rowe, Jno. E. , residence. 

Rutherford .Apartment House. 

Sargeant Mfg. Co. 

Sargeant, S. S., residence. 

Schann Bros. 

Schick, Jno., residence. 

Second Presbyterian Church. 

Shove, Wm. 

Smith i: Abbott. 

Soffland, Jno.. store. 

South Eighth Street Public School. 

South ilarket Street Public School. 

South Street Public School. 

State N'ational Bank. 

State Street Public School. 

Stabacus, John B., residence. 

Stadelmyer, J. 

State Bank. 

Stengel Christian. 

Steam Yacht Bell L. 

Steam Yacht Cora. 

Steam Yacht Jean. 

Steam Yacht Sentinel. 

St. Barnabas Hospital. 

St. Joseph's Church. 

St. Joseph's Rectory. 

St. Joseph's School. 

St. James' Church. 

Stoutenburgh & Co. 

St. Vincent's Industrial School. 

Sunday Call, store and offices. 

Sutcliffe & Noon. 

Swift. E. C. 

Theodosius. Rev. T. 

Toeting, Emil. 

Toomey, Rev. J. J. 

Trinity Church. 

Tuttle. Wm., residence. 

Unger, Hermann. 

United States Steam Gen. Co. 

Vanderpool. Beach, Washington Place. 

Voight, Beda. 

Ward, Hon. Marcus L., Washington St. 

Wharton, John, Market St. 

Wilkenson, Gaddes & Co. 

Williams, W. B. 

Wilson, Edward. 

Wincklehofer, Chas. 

Wiss, J. & Sons. 

Young, R. S. 

SEW BRIGHTON. 

Whitman House. 



I NKW BKrSSWICK. 

I Janeway & Co. 
I Johnson & Johnson 
Lee, J. W. 
McKeag, Hugh. 
Middlesex County Jail. 
Rule, Aaron. 
Rule, Geo. 
Shawler, G. L. 

NEW GER3LANTO«'N. 
Crater, Mrs. Amos. 

NEW HAMPTON JUNCTIOX 
Adams, H. 

NE'W MAKKET. 
Dunham. H. V. 

NE^ MXLFOKD. 
Van Wagner. J. 

NEW ROCHET.T.E. 
Sherwood, P. S. 

NEWTON. 

Adams, Mrs. Sarah P. 

Adams, Mrs. Levi. 

Armstrong, C. X. M., M. D. 

Earl, W. H. 

Fellows, A. F. 

Hamilton Square Baptist Church. 

Hughson & Van Blarcom. 

Kays, Thos. 

Lane, J. W. 

McMurtry, Mrs. 

Merriam, H. W. 

Merriam Shoe Co., H. W. 

Newton Collegiate Institnte. 

Tuttle, R. & Son. 

Van Blarcom, A. J. & Son. 

Woodward Wm. W. 

NORTH BiOOjrFILED. 
Martin, A. D . residence. 
Universalist Church. 

NORTH PE.4INFIEU). 
Public School. 

OCEAN BEACH. 
Haberstick. J. 

OCEAN GROVE. 
.Atlantic House. 

Barr. Dr. D. M., sanitarium. 

Robinson, J. H. & Bro. 

Rodgers, Mrs. E. S., residence. 

Sheldon House. 

ORADEI.L. 

Chapin, H. A. 

Storms, C. H. 

ORANGE. 

Bell, Hon. David A., residence. 

Chandler, Dr. W. G. 

Edison's Laborator)-. 

Eichhorn Augustus. 

Freeman Shoe Mfg. Co. 

Geiger, F. C. 
I Gill, John, residence. 



I Hartford, Hon. Geo. M. 
Hindle, Thos., flats. 
Hindle & Williams. 
Kingman, T. S., residence. 
Knowles, W. S. 
Martin, Chas. J. 
Masonic Temple. 
McChensey & Fisher. 
Minot, J. A., residence. 
Noyes, J. H. 
Orange Athletic Club. 
Orange Baptist Church. 
Orange National Bank. 
Park Hotel. 
Peutsch Lighting Co. 
Reinhart's Hotel. 
Roche, E. 
Rockwell, J. S. 
Seymour, J. M., residence. 
Speer, Wm. G. residence. 
Smith, T. J., residence. 
St. John's Rectoo'. 
St. Mary's Orphan Asylum. 
Wheeler, Mrs. S. A. 
Wheeler, T. A., residence. 
Williams, W. H. 
Windsor Hotel. 
Worth, Fred, residence. 
Young Men's Catholic Association Hall. 
ORANGE VALIKY. 

Babbitt, Miss M. E. 

Chapel of All Saints Church. 

Church of Our Lady of the Valley. 

Mathews, N. 

Yatman, Jno. L. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 

PASSAIC. 

Banker, W. B. 
Hughes, G. M. 
Passaic Print Works. 
Popple, B. F. 
Popple, F. W. 
Reid & Barry. 
Slingerland, D. H. 
Spencer, B. W. 
Werthurn. Moses E. 

PASSAIC BRIDGE. 
Morton, Rev. G. N'ash. seminarv. 
Turner. A. 

PATERSON. 
Bandford Joseph, residence. 
Bandford Joseph, Jr., residence. 
Beggs, E. 

Boeger, Carl, residence & X'^olksfreund BUlg. 
Bostram, Wm., residence. 
Brandes Julius, residence. 
Browne, Jos. J., residence. 
Bush, E. J. 

Carshore, W. ]., residence. 
County Clerk's otBce. 
Cowan, Wm., residence. 



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REPbRENCES. 



Engine Co. No. i. 

Engine Co. No. 3. 

Engine Co. No. 5. 

Engine Co. No. 6. 

Fayerweaiher, F. O., residence. 

First German Pres. Church. 

Fordzee, \Vm., residence. 

Frost & Sons, Albion Mills. 

Hood, Thos., residence. 

Johnson. Dr. W. B., residence. 

Katz. Bernard, residence. 

Kinne Building. 

Kirker, Chas., residence. 

McCully, F. K.. residence. 

McNab, J. T. 

McXulty, Rev. William, residence. 

Muller, Ernest, Germania Hall. 

Muzzy Bros. 

Nelson iSc Fainon. 

Norwood, John, residence. 

Norwood, W., residence. 

Passaic County Court House. 

Passaic County Jail. 

Pelyron i: Meyer, silk mills. 

Post M. 

Public School No. 11. 

Public School No. 12. 

Roegiers, B. J. 

Ryle, \Vm. T., residence. 

Schoonmaker, H., residence. 

Speer, Jno., residence. 

Spratter & Mennel. 

St. Aloysius' Hall, 51 Church St. 

St. John Baptist School. 

Ulrich, Frank, residence. 

Van Dyke, F. C. & Co. 

Van Houien, Ed. M. 

Van Nostrand, G. 

Van Winkle, J. A. 

Voorhees, G. D., residence. 

Walker .Tacob, residence. 

Weber, Theo. 

Williams, Henry A. 

Williams, William. 

FEMBERTON. 
Willits & Diver. 

PEKTH AMBOT. 
Ashland Emor)- Co 

Buel, A. Mfg. Co. 

Garretson, John G. 

Lehigh Vallev R. R. Coal Office. 
PHTLilPSBUKG. 

Aupaugh, Jno. 

Beam, John H. 

Dumont, F. 

Hines, Col. B. F. 

Phillipsburg Nat'l Bank. 

PLAI>TIKU>. 

Adams, Daniel. 

Babcock, Geo. H. 

Berry, Jno. 

Brown, E. F., residence. 



Brown, Geo. 

Burlingham, Mrs. H. J., residence. 

Cadmus, A. L. 

Chase. Dr. F. B. 

Cooley Institute. 

Cooley, Rev. J. H. 

Crescent Ave. Church. 

Darby, A. B. 

Day, E. B. 

Deband, A. 

Debaun, Mrs., residence. 

Egerding, Henry. 

First Baptist Ghurch. 

First National Bank. 

Fritts, J. T., residence. 

Griffing, A. M. 

Hall, A. E. 

Honran, J. P. 

Krousse, C. W. 

Latimer, Mrs. A. H. 

Lewis, A. H., D.D. 

Locke, Hoffman. 

Macchutt, B., residence. 

Male Art Gallery. 

Maltbee, C. 

Martine, J. E., residence. 

Marsh, C. A. 

Maxwell, John. 

McCutchen, Chas. W., residence. 

McCutchen, S. W., residence. 

McDonald, Mrs. R., residence. 

McVoy, J., residence. 

Messchutt, Geo. 

.Miller Bros., block. 

Millers Hotel. 

Mclntyre, J. F., residence. 

Moorstown, Wm. 

Muhlenberg Hospital. 

Netherwood Hotel. 

Park Avenue Baptist Church. 
I Park House. 
I Parse, C. 

Plainfield Gas Light Co. 

Pope, E. R. 

Post Office. 

Potter, C. Jr., residence. 

Public School. 

Radford, R. H., residence. 

Rafferty, John. 

Railroad Depot. 

Randolph, G. W. F., residence. 

Rockwell, W. S. 

Schenck, Jno. 

Shotwell, Mr. 

Steele, M. 

Stillman Hall. 

Taggan, Chas. 

Talmadge, A. L. 

Thompson, Wm., residence. 

Tittsworth, Dr., residence. 

Vanderbeek, A. 

Van DeVenter. J. 



Van Dyke, J. C. 
Van Vliet, Clinton. 
Van Vliet, Geo. 
Wakefield, Samuel W. 
Wareing, E. J., residence. 
Wareing, Orville. 
Watson, George. 
White, Wm., residence. 
Worth, Thomas. 

PiEASAXT GKOVE. 
McCltnaghan, Rev. S. J. 
Presbyterian Parsonage. 

PLEA SAN TTILIE. 
Graphic Process Co. 

PORT ORAM. 
Oram, Hance X Co. 

FORT RICHMOND. 
Belknap, D. C. 

PRINCETON. 
Conover, F. S. 
Marquand Chapel. 
Princeton College. 
Seminary Library. 

RAHWAT. 
Avery. Chas. 
Bartlett, Mrs. 

Bonney, A. Staats. architect. 
Bonney, Mrs. A. S. 
Florence, Jno. D., residence. 
Kenyon, J. C. 
Marsh, D. C. 
McMahon, Wm. H. 
Mushon, W. L. & Co. 
Sanders, Samuel, residence. 
Shotwell, A. V. 
Van Fleet, Wm. 
Welsh, J. H. 

RARITAN. 

Mclntyre. J. H. 
Pebbles, Wm. L. \: Co. 

RED BANK. 

Allen, Rev. Geo., residence. 

Burgess, Robt. 

Cumberson & White. 

Davis, Thos.. residence. 

Grace M. E. Cnurch. 

Hendrickson, Applegate & Connors, stores. 

Kroener, P., store. 

Laird, R. 

Payne, B. S. , residence. 

Post Office. 

Rumsey, George. 

Sandt, Geo. B. 

Throckmorton, Capt. D., residence. 

Yanby. Geo. B. 

RIDGEFrEtD. 
Wilson, C. B. 

RIDGEWOOD. 
I Murphy, W. J., Gen. Supt. N. V., L. E. i W. 



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The Hotchkiss mechanical Boiler Cleaner. 

A\ AL'TOMATIC DEVICE FOR KEEPI>(i IKIILKliS CLEAN. 

Removes OIL, LIME, MAGNESIA, or any other Sed- 
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HAVKMEVKKS & ELDEK, Siiintr U*;l)u<'rH. 

Brooklyn. E. D., Dec. 15. 1886. 
V have )n-«-n troubled for Home years by a muddy depomt intwih-rs 
atively »-a«y to wash from iMxly of Ixjilcr, but wa*( Kradually baked 
fftHt to a hard B4:al*- on th«- untttUh-ot tti)- tulM-n. ho that it was De<-eHKary to nrraiM' thi-ni 
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I^EPERENCES. 



KIEGKLSVILLE. 

Riegel, Jno. L. 

BOCKAWAT. 

Bruen & Bunnell. 
Bunnell, W. E. 
Forrester, Chas. 
Hougland, Mahlon, Jr. 
Rockaway Mfg. Co. 
Strait, M. B. 

ROSELU:. 
Banta, C. V. 
Ingram, Jno. & Son. 
Shangle, P. 

BOSETIU.E. 
Crauford, Alonzo. residence. 

RUSTIC. 

Williams, Michael, residence. 

RUTHEBFOBD. 
Asford. L. M. 
Benson, Chas. D. 
Burgess. R. 
Buitis, E. E. 
Copeland, H. H. 
Done, R. 
Gamer, A. M. 
Gamier, A. F. 
Jackson, A. O. 
Jackson, Jas. 
Jackson, H. R., residence. 
Kipp, Stanley C. 
Luce, E. J. 

Morton, Rev. G. Xash, residence. 
Rutherford Engine Co. No. 2. 
Rutherford Freed Club. 
Slingerland. W. H. 
Slitler, Geo. 
Stahley, C. A. 
Vail, H. C. 
Van Riper, Mrs. C. 
Ver Nooy, C. R. 
Watson, A. L. 
Willis, Thomas. 
Whitmore, .\. A. 

SAtEM. 
Ayars, James. 
Avars, Maurice R. 
Bassett, Joseph, residence. 
Bennett. M. M., residence. 
Bitters & Sons. 
Broadway M. E. Church. 
Casper, Chas. W.. store. 
City National Bank. 
Craven Bros., glass mfg. 
Davis, J. Q., residence. 
Davis, J. Q., saloon. 
Finlaw, Wm. P. residence. 
Garwood, John G., residence. 
Garwood, J. F. A: Co. 
Geoymer, Robt., residence. 
Geoymer, Robt., Jr., residence. 
Hays, J. H. 



Milliard, James, residence. 

Intermediate Dep't Public Schools. 

" John Tyler" Library. 

Jones, Owen L., residence. 

Miller, Jos , store. 

Miller, Watt W., residence. 

Morris, Wm.. office. 

Perkins, Rev. C. M., residence. 

Ramsay, Geo. A., residence. 

Salem Co. Club House. 

Salem National Bank. 

South Jerseyman Printing Office. 

Smith, Elmer H., residence, store and office. 

" Sunbeam " Newspaper Office. 

Treas, Harry J., store. 

Treas, Harry J., residence. 

Treas, Wm. R., residence. 

Van Meter, Miss A. K., residence. 

Wheeler & Son, store. 

Zems, Jno., residence. 

SCHOOtET'S MT. 

Bell, Frank. 

SCOBEVTIIiI.E. 

Laird, R. 

SCOTCH Pi.Arss. 

Hollingsworth, Loftus, residence, 
Mooney, Chas. E. 
Seeley, E. A., residence. 
Seeley, E. M. 

SKA ISI.E CITY. 

Kelly, M. J. 

SHOBT HTT.T.S. 

Conover, C. L., residence. 

Croscup, Geo. E. 

French, J. W., residence. 

Guinter, .•\. 

Hartshorn Stewart, several residences. 

Public Hall. 

Rose Geo. H., residence. 

Winter, A. G., residence. 

SMrrHTiLu:. 

Willetts & Driver. 

S>"TERTI1XE. 

Sayre & Fisher Co. 

SOSTERTIIXX. 

Amerman, Jno. S. , residence. 

Associ^on Building. 

Catholic Church. 

Conklin, Mrs. Jno. T., residence. 

Craig, David K. 

Craton, Dr. A. 

First Church parsonage. 

Funison, Geo., residence. 

Gumbel, A. Loyd. residence. 

Honeyman, A. L. D. 

Johnson, Mrs. W. S. 

Kenyon, Job C. 

Koehler, Wm.. store and dwelling. 

Lawton, Dr. W. J. 

Maxwell, John. 



Mclntyre, J. F. 
Nevios. Dennis, residence. 
Roberts, Daniel, residence. 
Second Reformed Church. 
Somer^ille Engine Co. 
Stevens, E. , store and dwelling. 
Swinton, Dr. W. J. 
Tenyet, A. S. 

Thornhill, Robert, residence. 
Totten, Geo. D., residence. 
Van Arsdale, C. , Somerset Hotel. 
SOUTH AMBOY. 

R.R. Station House N. V. & L. B. R. R. 
SOUTH ORAXGE. 

Hart. N. N. 

Shandler, W. G.. M. D. 

Ward, R. 

SPARTA. 

Andress, T. H., M. D 

Gobb, D. W. 

Potter. John A., residence. 

STAXHOPE. 

Allen, Thos. J. 

Drake, A. J., residence. 

Knight. T. I. 

Lunzer, G. H., store. 

Miller, I. P. 

Musconetcong Iron Works. 

Neldon. Chas. R., M. D. 

Valentine, E. O. 

STEWARTSVIIXE. 

Boyer, J. C. 

SUCCASUNSA. 

Baker, J. residence. 

Bullock. T. O. 

Burg, C, residence. 

Stoddard. Rev. E. W , church and chapel 

Vartman Wm.. hotel. 

Young, W. H. 

fSWEDESBORO. 

.Anderson, M. 

Black, H. J. 

Hanhole Jc Son. 

Rueon, Mr. 

Turner, Dr. 



Lyons, Wm. .\. 



TEANECK. 



XESAFtT. 



McNeil, Thos. R. 
Meigs, E. K. 

TB.ASQDIUTY. 

Stuyvesant, Rutherford. 

TBE>-TO>-. 

Allison, J. T. 

Baker, Wm. H., stons. 

Barlow, Richard, hotel. 

Bates, J. B. 

Bird, Jno. T., residence. 

Blair, J. R., residence. 

Borroughs, Ed M., residence. 

Clark Bros. , flats. 

Creveling, Wesley E. , store. 



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Reperences. 



Crozier, Peter, residence. 
Dawes, Chas. K. 
Dignan, Jas. W. 
Dippok, Dr , stores and offices. 
Dolton, William, residence. 
Donnelly, R. A., stores. 
First National Bank. 
Forst, D. P., residence. 
Foster, Thos., residence. 
German Lutheran Church. 
Gelding, M., residence. 
Golding, W., residence. 
Green, Caleb S., store. 
Hevvett, Chas. E., residence. 
Howell, Chas., residence. 
Hutchinson, E. C. 

Jummell, F. R., store and residence. 
Katzenbach, F. S. & Co. 
Kelley, James, hotel. 
Mackenzie, D., residence. 
Manning, A. V. & Sons, store. 
Masonic Block. 
Mercer Co. Court House. 
Moore, Mrs. Chas., residence. 
Moses, Jas., residence. 
N. J. State Normal and Model Schools. 
Penna, R. R. Co. Office. 
Schermerhorn iS: Crozier. 
Spellenger, E. B. 
Smith, Frank, residence. 
State Building. 
St. John's School & Houses. 
St. Mary's Catholic Church. 
Stokes, Edward, residence. 
Sutphin, Jno. W.., residence. 
Swan & Whitehead. 
Taylor's Opera House. 
Throop, Jno. E. 
Trenton Public Schools. 
Trenton Terra Cotta Co. 
Umpleby, W. H., residence. 
Updesgrove & Letts, hotel and store. 
Wagner, Franz, building. 
Wilkinson, O. D., store and offices. 
Williams, Dr. F. H. 
Wilkes, Peter. 
Wilson, S. K, 
Windsor Hotel. 
Winkler, Gotwold, residence. 
" Winkler, Emil, residence. 

UNIONVILILE. 
Haynes, C. C, residence. 

UNION HILL. 
Father Griffies' Church. 
Peters, W., residence. 
Simon, R. &: H., silk mill. 

UPPER MONTCLAIR. 
Anderson, C. W., residence. 
Anderson, F. P., residence. 
Gould, O. B., residence. 
Huestis, C. H. 
Merritt, M. J. 



VERONA. 

Caniff, J., residence. 

VINELAND. 
Clark, A. G. 
Hawkins, T. H., Mrs. 
Mason, C. W. & Son. 

WARETOWN. 
Birdsall, J. H. 
Holmes, Jno. 

WASHINGTON. 

Hann, P. H. 
Johnston's, Jos., Sons. 
Fritts, J. W. 
Teal, S. S. 

TVATERLOO. 
Smith, Seymour. 

TVEEHAWKEN. 
Passenger Station West Shore R. R. 

WESTFIELD. 
Alpers, Martin, residence. 
Decker, Fred., residence. 
Ferris, M. H. 

Hanmer, W. L., residence. 
Ingram, Jno., residence. 
Ingram, Jno. Jr., residence. 
Smith, C. A., residence. 
Tice, Geo. W., residence. 

WEST ORANGE. 

District School No. 39. 
Judge, S. 

Oliphant Henry D., residence. 
Randell, Willett S., residence. 
Williams, B. L. 

WESTWOOD. 
Blakeney, Jacob. 
DeBaum, C. S. 

WHITEHOUSE. 
Apgar, Dr. T. A., residence. 

WOODBURY. 

Green, Dr. G. G., residence. 

WOODHAVEN. 

Grasseau, F. 

Salance & Grasseau Mfg. Co. 

WOODPORT. 

Bright, Thos. 

WOODSIDE. 

Heller, E G., residence. 
Heller, John, residence. 

WOODSTOWTH. 
Alms House. 

Clawson Martha, residence. 
Coles, R. 
Coles, Wm. M. 
Dickinson, J. 'V., residence. 
Hanes, Jno., residence. 
Pancoast & Lippencott. 
Stritch, Jos. G. 
Turner, J. H. 
Weatherly, W. 

YAPHANK. 
Suffolk Co. Alms House. 



NEW YORK. 

ALBANY. 

Albany Brewing Co. 

Albany Chemical Co. 

Albany Orphan Asylum. 

Albany Steam Trap Co. 

Argus Co. 

Babcock, Joshua, residence. 

Ball, Dayton, residence. 

Bates iS; Johnson. 

Beebe, C. 

Beth Emnet Synagogue, 

Bethel Jacob Synagogue. 

Bigelow, John M., M.D. 

Bissell, C. M. 

Boyd, James P., M.D., residence. 

Brainerd & Shepard. 

Brennan, J., store. 

Brown, J. F. , M.D., residence. 

Cawley, J. W. 

City Hall. 

Converse, H. P., residence. 

Day, J. H., store. 

Delaware and Hudson Canal and R. R. Co., 

offices and pass'r depot. 
Dempsey, J., residence. 
Dewitt, R. v., residence. 
Dodge, Daniel, residence. 
Doolan, R. J., residence. 
Embossing Co. The, building. 
Emmett, J. K., residence. 
Executive Mansion. 
Fairbanks & Co. 
Ferguson Boiler Co., office. 
Fuller, A. W., residence. 
Fuller, Wm. & Son. 
Gray, S. R., building. 
Haine, J., residence. 
Harrigan, John, store. 
Hartt, Eugene R., residence. 
Hasey, Oscar L,, residence. 
Haswell House, hotel. 
Hawley, Nathan, residence. 
Hermans, residence. 
Hoag, S. E., Memands. 
Keeler, John, restaurant. 
Keeler, W. H., hotel. 
Kenmore Hotel. 
Ladd, M. B., residence. 
LaRose Mfg. Co. 
Leonard, Jacob, six houses. 
Livingstone Boiler and Tank Works. 
Lynch, J. H., residence. 
McCredir, Thos. Jr. 
McEIveney, D. & Son, store, 
Merrill, C. S., M.D. 
Murray, T. C, Memands. 
Myers, J. G., residence. 
National Commercial Bank. 
National Exchange Bank. 
National Express Co. 



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REP&RENeES. 



New York Central and Hudson River R. R. 

Co.'s Freight Offices 
Olcott, Dudley. 
Palmer, A. P., residence. 
Patterson, H. & Co. 
Pruyn, R. C, residence. 
Public School No, ii. 
Reed, Mrs. Mary, residence, 
Richards, Geo. A. 
Ridgeway & Russ. 
Robinson, A. A. & Bro. 
Robinson, Geo. 

Sacred Heart Church Residence. 
St. Agnes School. 
.St. John's Church. 
St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum, 
Saul, Julius, store. 
Shafer, John F., Memands. 
Singer Sewing Machine Co., offices. 
Slingerland, J. H., residence. 
Stanwix Hall Hotel. 
State Tapitol. 
State Normal School. 
Sweeney, P. J. 
Sweny, A. H., residence. 
The Antwerp. 

Tracy. Gen. Chas. . residence. 
Vander Veer, A., M.D. 
Van Heuson, Chas. & Co. 
Viele, M. E. 
Wallen's, Fred. J. Sons. 
Washburn, H. L., residence. 
Weller, Anton. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Wheeler, Seth. 
Whitney, S. W., residence. 
Whittle, Daniel, residence. 
VVooster, B. W. , residence. 
Young Men's Christian Association. 

ALBION. 
Curtis Mfg. Co. 
Ford, Thos, W. 
Hallock, Stephen. 
Hart, E. K. 
Tilden, M. W. 

AURED CKNTRE. 

Burdick, W. C. 

ALLEGHANY. 

Healy, A. K Son. 

ALTAMONT. 

Secor & Manchester. 

AMENIA. 
Amenia Sleam Heating Co. 
Chaffee, J. S. 
First National Bank, 
Hungerford, L. W. 
Lewis, M. K. 
Parson, C. A. 
Reed, H. V. D. 
Thompson. J. R. 



AHSTBRDAM. 

Amsterdam Academy. 

Austin. Charles D., residence. 

Becker, J. D., residence, 

Becker, N. C, store and residence. 

Becker, N. J . residence. 

Benn, Wm. J., residence. 

Bloods. Gardiner, residence. 

Blood, J. D. & Co., office. 

Boick, Seymour, residence. 

Breeduw, Albert, residence. 

Carmichael, Jno., residence. 

Cassidy, D. D., residence. 

Central Hotel. 

DeFcrrest, A. A. 

Donlon. Thos., residence. 

Dwyer, Cornelius. 

Dwyer, J. F. 

Dwyer, J. W. 

Electric Light and Power Co. 

Farmers' National Bank. 

First National Bank. 

Greene, Mrs. H. E. 

Herrick, Henry E.. residence. 

Hotel Warner. 

Howgate. Jno., residence. 

Inman, Horace. 

Inman Mfg. Co. 

Kellogg, John, residence. 

Kellogg & Miller. 

Kline, Perry, residence. 

Kline & Hubbs, mill. 

Kline, W. J., residence. 

Lewis, Chas , residence. 

McCowatt, W. R., & Co. 

McDonald, John, residence. 

McDonnell, Edm., residence. 

Miller, Jas. A. 

Morris, A. V., residence. 

Morse, Oscar H., residence. 

Munson & Birch. 

Munson, Geo. H. 

New Insurance Building. 

New ^L E. Church. 

O'Brien & Dwyer. 

Peckham, Jas. 

Presbyterian Church. 

Presbyterian Parsonage. 

Robb, W. H., M.D., residence. 

Rulison, E. T.. M.D., block. 

Rulison, E. T., M.D , residence. 

Shuler, D. W., office. 

Shuler, J. C, residence. 

Snell, Jas. R., residence. 

Sanford Comestead Building. 

Sanford, Hon. Stephen. 

St. Joseph's Convent. 

St. Mary's Parochial Church. 

St. Mary's Parochial Residence. 

St Mary's Parochial School. 

Stewart, Hon. Jno. K., residence. 

Terwilliger, Jno , block. 



Tilton, Dr. C. H., residence. 
Van Brocklin & Co., office. 
Warner, Jno. John. 
Warner, DeForest & Co. 
Wheelock, Jno., residence. 
Yunds, Kyne & Kennedy. 

ANGELICA. 
Alleghany Co. Buildings. 
Gillier, Joseph. 

ASTORIA. 
.■\skey, Chas. 



Steven>, F. C. 
Tolles, E. D. 



.ITTICA. 

residence. 



.WBIRN. 

.\dams, Thos., residence. 

.Allen, Gorton W., residence. 

Allen, Mrs. W., residence. 

.\lvord, D. R , residence. 

.American E.xpress Co. 

.\uburn City Hospital. 

.■Auburn Steam Heating Co. 

.Auburn Academic High School. 

-Auburn Bargain House, stores. 

.Auburn Button Co. 

Auburn City Club. 

Auburn Electric Light Co. 

Auburn Savings Bank Building. 

Auburn Water Works Co. 

Avery Hotel. 

Barker, Geo., residence. 

Barker, Griswold & Co., store. 

Barker, J. L., residence. 

Barnes, Asa, residence, 

Barrett, S. H., residence. 

Birdsall Co. 

Briggs, Dr. Lansing, residence. 

Boyd, A. A., residence. 

Brown, A. H., M.D., residence. 

Buildings Nos. 7, 9 and 11 Westlake Ave. 

Burdick, Ott, residence and three houses, 

Burtis Opera House. 

Cayuga County Court House. 

Cayuga County Clerk's Office. 

Central Presbyterian Church. 

Chapel, A. W. 

Chedell & Co. 

City Hall. 

Conklin, C. W., residence. 

Davis, Chas , residence, 

Dennison, L. D., residence. 

Dimon, David, M.D , residence. 

Dunning, D. >L, residence, 

Empire Wringer Co. 

Empire State Telephone Office. 

Fay, E. R., residence. 

First M. E. Church. 

Fowler & Olmstead, office. 

Fulton St. School, 

Galvin, J. M. 

Gerin, John. M.D., residence. 



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References. 



Gilbert, Adams & Co. 
Gilbert. Edward, residence. 
Greene & Clark. 
Hagerm, H. W. 
Ham, Jas., residence. 
Harrington, J. 
Harvey. T. C, residence. 
Hiser, Miss, residence. 
HoUihan, John. 
HoUister, W. H., residence. 
HoUister, A. N'., residence. 
Hughitt, C. W., glove factory. 
Hughitt & McCarthy, offices. 
Jenkins, Dr. Jas. M., residence. 
Kirby, Wm. M., residence. 
Knapp, James G., residence. 
Knapp, John N'., residence. 
Knobles' Restaurant. 
Knobles, Mrs. Wm., restaurant. 
Lee, F. H.. M.D., residence. 
Lewis, Leroy, ILD., residence. 
Long, J. D., residence. 
Longstreet, Geo. W.. residence. 
Lyon, Jas., law office. 
Masonic Hall. 

McCarthy, C. A., residence. 
MacDougall, C. D., residence. 
Mosher, E. B., residence. 
New National Hotel. 
North Str. School. 

Nye, Mrs. L. W., residence. 

Olmstead, M. M., residence. 

Osborn House. 

Osborne, D. M.. residence. 

Osborne, D. JL & Co., offices. 

Osborne, John, residence. 

Owasco Inn. 

Perry, Miles, residence. 

Powell, F. H.. residence. 

Pulsifer, F. H., residence. 

Reed, S. W., residence. 

Robinson, W. P., residence. 

Ross, Mrs., residence. 

Ross, Napoleon, residence. 

Roseboom.A. W. 

Sagar, C. H.,Co. 

Sagar Drug Co.. store. 

Senter, E. P., residence. 

Seward, Hon. W. H., block. 

Seward. Hon. \V. H., residence. 

Sheldon & Co. 

Sheldon, E. L., residence. 

Slocum, A. E. , residence. 

Smith, D. A. & Co. 

Smith, Byron C, residence. 

Smith, C. A., residence. 

Smith, D. A. & Co., offices. 

Smith. Wilbur, residence. 

Stanley, E. C, residence. 

State Armory. 

Stevens, A. W., residence. 
Storke, H. L., residence. 



Stringer, Geo., residence. 

Slocum, A. E., residence. 

Standart, Chas. 

St. Peter's Church. 

The Birdsall Co. Offices. 

Tubbs, R. H. 

Wait, H. R., store. 

Wait, W. F., residence. 

Walley, M. L , residence. 

Walley, M. L., store. 

Webster, Benjamin, residence. 

Wheeler. The. Flat. 

Weeks, Cossum \' Co. 

Western L'nion Telegraph Office. 

Woodcock & Co. 

Woodruff, E. Delavan, residence. 

Young Men's Christian Ass'n, building. 

AIRORA. 
Frisbee, E. S. 
Gridley. C. H. & Co. 
Haines, S. A. 
Wells College. 

AU.SABI-E CHASM. 

Parker, Fred. 

.wox. 
Allen & Carson, sanitarium. 
Livingston House. 
Nisbet, Wm., sanitarium. 

BABYLON. 
Babylon Railroad Depot. 
Remsen, Phoenix, residence. 
B.\l-I.STON. 
Adams, Geo. E. & Co. 

BALLSTOX SPA. 
Hayner Bros. 
Mitchell, Frank. 
Redmond, W. J. 
Verbeck, James W., residence. 
West, Hon. George, office. 

BATAVIA. 

Brush Electric Light Co. 

Catholic Convent. 

N. Y. State Institute for the Blind. 

Sawyer, C. F., residence. 

Sherwin, S. A., residence. 

Worthington, G. B. , Son & Co., residence. 

BATH. 
Courier Printing Co. 
Davenport, Hon. Ira. 
Gould & Hardenbrook, 
High School Building. 
LeValley & Gould. 
Olmstead, H. M. 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Home. 

BAT KIDtiE. 
Kearney, Geo. W. 

B.4.Tni,I,E. 
Road, Miss B. 

BEUAST. 
Chamberlain, Jos., M.D., office. 
Chamberlain, Jos., M. D., residence. 



BIXGHAMPTON. 

Habcock iV Stowell. 

Barlow, Geo., residence. 

Barlow, Rogers & Simpson, factory. 

Bartlett & Co., office buildin'?. 

Bennett, Fred., factory. 

Bennett Mfg. Co., office. 

Bennett Mfg. Co., factory. 

Binghamton Asylum for Chronic Insane 

Binghamton Hydraulic Power Co. 

Binghamton Post Office. 

Binghamton Savings Bank. 

Bramble, M. S. 

Brown, G. W.. laundry. 

Chenango Valley Savings Bank. 

Childs, N. T. 

Church of Christ. 

City National Bank. 

Congdon House. 

Congregational Church. 

Crandle, Stone & Co. .office. 

Crary, H. H., residence. 

County Clerk's Office. 

Court House. 

First National Bank. 

Gaylord & Eitapenc. 

Hanchett, I., residence. 

Hull, Grummoni & Co., factory. 
Jenks, F. S., flats. 

Jones, Gen. E. F., residence. 

Johnson, Mrs. M. 

Kent, Geo. A., residence. 

Kilmer, S. A., M.D. 

Lester & Co., two buildings. 

Lewis House. 

MacNamara Block. 

Meagley, R. H. 

National Broom Co. Bank. 

New York State Asylum. 

Otis Bros., store. 

Perry Block. 

Phelps Bank. 

Phelps, W. G., residence. 

Quick, W. M. 

Reynolds, Rogers & Co., factory. 

Ricks, G. M. 

Rogers, R. J , residence. 

Ross Buildings. 

Rossville Cigar Factory. 

Sanford, E. N., residence. 

Safe Deposit Co. 

Shapley & Wells, offices. 

Shapley, Mrs. M. W., residence. 

Sisson, C. F., residence. 

Sisson, Wm., residence. 

Sisson Bros. & Welden. 

Smith, C. A., store. 

Smith, C. A., residence. 

Smith, W. S. & Sons, two blocks. 

Spaulding & Vandebogart. 

Stone, Goff & Co., offices. 

Stone, J. M., factory. 



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4. Prices lower than ordinary weights. 

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found just as good as when first put on. 

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of stamping the brand and the thlcknesB on 
feheete of tin. Tliey were also the first to offer 
a bona flde guarantee to Architects, Property 
Owners and Tin Roofers. 

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more honest work done and better tin used. 

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ry sheet to be perfect, square and true to 



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4th. Protection by stamping the Registered Trade Mark of Target and 
Arrow, also the thickness and the name " OLD STYLE " on each sheet. 

L-rn. If the tin should not be found as represented, it will be removed from 
the roof and replaced, the expense being borne by the Guarantor, N. &ii. 
Tati-ob Co. 

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REPERENeBS. 



Stone, J. M., flats. 
Stowe, Edward. 
Strong, Cyrus, residence. 
Vanwormer, Gumberg & Co , factory. 
Vosburg, Edward, residence. 
Weed, C. A. & Co., store. 
Welden Building. 
Wescott, Fred., res-dence. 
Wescott, C, five blocks. 
Wescott, Wm., residence. 
Woodruff, Chas., residence. 
Wright & O'Connor, factory. 

BLOOMINGDALE. 

Smith, A. A. 

BRATTKBOUK. 

Cusby, E. 
Marshall, O. C. 

BK«»AI).\I-BIN'. 

Husted, Miss Kate. 

BUEWSTEUS. 

Di.xon, E. W. 
Everett, B. D. 
M. E. Church. 
Wells, F. 

BKONLVILI-E. 

Chambers, F. R. 

BUOOKLYX. 

Acme Building. 

Alden Apartment House. 

Allen, T. J. 

AUer, D., hotel. 

Apartment House, Hall st. & Willoughby ave. 

Arbuckle Building, 373 Fulton. 

Astor, Col. Wm., Remsen st. 

Avon Hall. 

Bedell, A. S. 

Beecher Memorial Church. 

Berkley Place School. 

Birdsall, D. A. T., residence, Bedford ave 

Birkett, James W. Mfg. Co. 

Board of Education. 

Buemmerman Bldg, Nostrand and Gateaves. 

Booream Street School. 

Bornsivade. H. X. 

Breitenstein, L. 

Brooklyn Bridge Trustees. 

Brooklyn City Hospital. 

Brooklyn Savings Bank. 

Brooklyn School, Rockaway ave. and Mc- 

Dougal. 
Brooklyn High School, Nostrand ave. and 

Halsey st. 
Brooklyn Theatre. 
Brown's Millinery Store. 
Building 365 Putnam ave. 
Bullock, L. R., g6 Le.xington ave. 
Burwell Building, Montague St. 
Byrne, Dr., Clinton and Harrison. 
Carpenter, James O., residence. 
Carroll, Rev. Martin. 
Cevedra Apartment House. 
Chapel First Dutch Reformed Church. 



Children's Aid Society. 

Childs & Co., 545 Tenth ave. 

Church of our Lady of Good Counsel, Madi 

son ave, nr Alf ave. 
Citizens Building. 

Civil Eng. Dwelling, U. S. Navy Yard. 
Clarendon Hotel. 

Clark, Thomas, go Fort Greene Place. 
Clark, Robt. 
Columbia Flats. 
Convent of the Visitation. 
Cockshaw, Herbert. 
Corcoran, Edward. 

Corey, Charles, M.D , 23 S. Oxford st. 
DeBaun, A. E. 
Degraw Street School. 
Deiter's Saloon. 

DeKalb Avenue Railroad Depot. 
Dittman, J. G. 

Douglass, W. H., go Lafayette. 
Dwiniel House, ig7 Fulton st. 
East New York Saving Bank. 
Eitel, J. E., 292 Myrtle ave. 
Eggert, Wm. 
Evans, F. H. 
Fish, Latham A. 

Flats, corner Lafayette ave. and Ryerson st. 
Flinn, John. 
Flynn, Hugh. 
Ford Flats. 

Ford, Gordon L., residence g7 Clark St. 
Forrest Flats, Hancock st. and Marcy st. 
Forty-seventh Regiment Armory. 
Fougera, E., apartment house, Atlantic av. 

and Clinton st. 
France, T. J. 
Franklin Building. 
Franklin Hotel. 

Eraser, Jno. , cor. McDonough st. and Throop, 
Friedlander, A. & Co. 
Garfield Building. 
Germania Club. 

German Evan. Ch., Schermerhorn St. 
Good Samaritan. 
Grimes, James. 

Hall, Bedford ave. and Oxford st. 
Hall, Gates & Reid Av's. 
Hall, S. W. 

Hal/., P. L., cor. Suydam & Herkimer. 
Harris Furnishing Co., 140 Pearl st. 
Hamilton Club. 
Hanly, M. J. 

Hecla Architectural Bronze and Iron Co. 
Heyward Street School. 
Hill, W. H., Clinton ave. 
Hester, William, residence. 
Hickey, Rev. J. D., Sixth ave. and Pres. St. 
High School, Nostrand ave. 
Historical Society Building. 
Hoagland, J. C, Clinton ave. 
Hoogland Laboratory, Pacific and Henry sts. 



Hoople, Wm. 

Holmes, W. H., 46 Halsey. 

Home for Consumptives. 

Home for Aged, Church Charity. 

Home for Aged, Little Sisters of the Poor 

Home for Destitute Children. 

House of the Good Shepherd, Atlantic ave. 

Howard Colored Orphan Asylum. 

Husted, William, residence. 

Huston, Mrs. G. 

Hyde & Gould Mfg. Co. 

Jacobs, Geo. P. & Co. 

Jennings, A. G., Clinton ave. 

Johnston Bros., store. 

Jones, H. R., residence. 

Jones, W. E., office. 

Keeney, E. W., 580 Henry. 

Kuntz, F. 

Lawrence, C. F. 

Lawrence, I. A., 361 Decatur ave. 

Levedia Flats. 

Lipsius, Catharine. 

Litchfield Mansion, Ninth ave. and Fifth st. 

Long Island College Hospital. 

Long Island Hospital. 

Long Island Savings Bank. 

Lynch's Hotel. 

MacKensie, A. 

Marcy Ave. Baptist Church. 

Matlock, J. N., residence. 

Maun, Schmidt, J. 

McCartee, Peter. 

McCormack, J. M. 

McCormick, J., Fifth ave. and Ninth st. 

McEvoy Bros., artist studio. 

McShane, Henry & Co. 

M. E. Hospital, yth st. and 7th ave. 

Meehan, John, 1300 Bushwick ave. 

Merchants & Traders Bank. 

Morse, G. L., residence. 

Mullins, John, Furniture Warehouse. 

Mumford, John. 

Murphay, Michael. 

Mynderse, W. 

New Adelphia Academy Building. 

New Episcopal Residence, Claremont and 

Green aves. 
Nickenig, C. 
Nutting, A. J., store. 
N. Y. and So. Brooklyn R. R. Terminal Co., 

building, 2gth st. and 2d ave. 
O'Brien's Building, P. F. 
O'Reilly, Rev. Thos. 
Ovington Building. 

Oxford Club, Lafayette ave. and Oxford St. 
Packard, Edwin. 

Palace Skating Rink, Claremont ave. 
Patner, Dr. A. J. go Hancock. 
Pastoral Residence Church of the Sacred 

Heart. 
Peck, Mr. 



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References 



Peed, C. N. 

Phelps, E. D., flats. Hicks and Pineapple sts. 

Phillips, Doup & Co., Adams st. 

Phoenix Building. 

Pierce, H. O. 

Porter, D. C. 

Prang, Leo. 

Pratt, Judge C. E., 14S3 Pacific st. 

Prospect Park and C. I. R. R. Depot. 

Public School No. 40. i 

Puels. J. P., McDonald st. nr Marsey. 

Reibesehl, D. O. 

Reid Ave. M. E. Church. 

Reeves. G. H. 

" Royal " Apartment House, Montague st. 

Rutzler, E . residence 35 Berkeley Place. 

RuUler, Wm. E . Montgomery st. bet 8th and 
gth aves. 

Ryan. Jos. 

Scallag, John. 

Schelenssner, C. F. 

Schelenburg, B., store. 

Schmidt. L. 

School No. 9, Vanderbilt and Butler st. 

School No. 16, Wilson St. nr Bedford ave. 
School No. 7, Patchen ave. and McDonough st. 

School No. 10. 

School, Evergreen ave. and Ralph st. 

School, Koscush st. and Busbwick. 

School, Wyona st. nr Fulton. 

School No. 15. cor Third ave. and State st. 

ScoUay. J 

Schilling. Louis. Flat^ush and St. Mark's. 

Seward Flajs. 175 and 177 E 93d st. 

Sherman. N B. 

Sheldon .Apartment House, Seventh ave. and 

Pres. St. 
Sheltering Arms Nursery. 

Silbe's Oyster House. ■ 

Simpson M. E Church. 
Smith. Gray & Co , Broadway and 4th st. 
Smith, Gray & Co., Flatbush Av. & Fulton st. 
Sneeder, Dr., 32 Lafayette Av. 
St. Catherine's Hospital, Busbwick ave. 
St. George's Hotel. 

St. George's Church, Gates and Marcy a%-es. 
St. John's Home. 
St Paul's Industrial School. 
St. Matthew's Church. 
St. Stephen's Church. 
St. Teresa's Church. 
St. Teresa's School. 
Stockton Street School. 
Stover Building, cor Bedford and So. 8th, 
Sullivan, J. O. 
Taft, Rev. T. 

Third Gatling Battery Armory. 
Thirty-second Reg. Armory Building. 
Thomas Gen. Seminary for Deanes House 
Trumbridge Apartment House. Pineapple 
Van Buren School. 



Van Loan, Thos. 

Vosburgh Mfg. Co. 

Walbridge, A. C, building, Garfield pi n 

gth ave. 
Walbridge Music Hall. 
Wallace, Mr. 
Waverly Avenue School. 
Wechler& Abraham, store, Fulton St. 
Weidman Cooperage Co., North 6th st. 
Welch, J. 

Werner, Chas., apartment house. 
Weils, Henry, apartment, Montague and 

Hicks sts. 
Wemple, J. C. 
West End Flats. 
Whalen Bros. 
White, J. J. 

Williams, J. J., residence. 
Williams, S. T. 
Wischerth, John G. 

Wolcott, Chas. O , Smith and Oxford sts. 
BrFFAI-O. 

American Press Association. 

Argus, John. 

Barnd cS: Geiger. 

Beebe, M. E. 

Becker Building. 

Bensler House. 

Bishop & Arnold. 

Case, W. .\. & Son. 

Coatsworth & Eddy. 

Cook, E. L. 

Commercial Advertiser Office. 

Court House. 

Dan forth i: Clark. 

Dixon, W. G. 

Fitch Institute. 

Flerls, Conrad, store. 

German Young Men's Association. 

Gibbons, Charles L. 

Grand Trunk R. R. Offices. 

Hardwicke & Ware. 

Harrington, James. 

Hedstrom. E. L. 

Irlbacker & Davis. 

Iron Review Office. 

Kenyon, Dr. L. M. 

Kneppes, J. H. & Son. 

Lewis, Geo. H. 

Lewis Building. 

Mathews Building. 

McXamra, M. 

Merchant's Exchange. 

Moore, James D., building. 

"Morning Express" Building. 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Depot. 

N. Y., W. S. & B. R. R. Car Shops. 

Post Office. 

Smith, John D., & Son. 

Sweet, J. B. , residence. 

Summerhays, C. K. 



Taber, B. F.. residence. 

Throop's Grain Cleaner Co. I- 

Tifft House. 

Van Bokelyn, Mrs. N. 

Warren Building. 

Young Men's Christian Association Building. 

C.4tIBO. 
Pelen, J., residence. 

CAJIDEN. 
Conant's, F. H., Sons, store. 
Costello. P. H., residence. 
Crimmins, D. J., hotel. 
DuBois, H. G.. residence. 
Frisbie & Stansfield, mill. 
Osborne, S. M., residence. 
Rendalle, C. T. & Co., mill. 
Robson, A. G. 

CAMBRIDGE. 
Eldridge, A 

CAaiPBELL H.AU.. 
Slaughter, George. 

C.VNAJOHARIE. 
Arkell, James, residence. 
Hotel Wagner. 
White, Mrs., residence. 

CANAKl)AIGr.\. 
-\t\vater Building. 
Brigham Hall Insane Asylum. 
Canandaigua Gas Light Co. 
Canandaigua Steam Navigation Co., Steam- 
ers " Ogarita" and " Onnalir.da." 
Canandaigua Water Works Co., pump house. 
Coe, W. W. 
Cooley. J. S. & Co. 
Fox, Mrs. Frank, residence. 
Grand Opera House. 
Howe, H. D. 
Knight, N. S. 
Lamport Bros. 
Mason, Jesse, residence. 
McPherson, J. H. 
Munger, D. M. 
Ontario Co. County House. 
Ontario Co. Orphan .Asylum. 
Perkins, Theo. , & Co. 
St. John's Episcopal Church. 

C-4.NASTOTA. 
Bruce, J. W'., residence. 
Delano, Milton, residence. 
Knight, N. S. 

Staford, Norman, residence. 
Stebins, E., residence. 

C-\NDOK. 

Booth. E. .A. 

Heath. H. D. 

CANTON. 
Haven House. 
Haven. J. M. 
Sackrider, R. H., residence. 

CASTLETON. 
McKnight. Jnci. 
Van Denburgh. Wm. H. 
Van Hoesen, J. W. 



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Reperences. 



CATSKILL. 

Adams & Spenser. 

Aldrich, H. B., residence. 

Bates, Geo. 

Brandon, I. W., residence. 

Bulkley, H. C, residence. 

Catskill Woodworking Co. 

Conklin, B. F. 

Conklin, H. i: \V. S., residence. 

Cryer. A. A. 

Day & Holt. 

Egnor, Charles. 

Ferrier, Thos. E. 

Hallock, Jennings & Chase. 

Hallock, Joseph, residence. 

Holdridge, G. \V., residence. 

Johnson & Co. 

Jones, H. T., & Son. 

Lampman, Edward. 

Lampman, W. E., residence. 

Mann, J. T. 

M. E. Church. 

Myers, A. 

Paleing, John. 

Pruyn, Isaac, residence. 

Reformed Church, parsonage. 

Warner, G. H. 

CATSKtLI. MOUNTAINS. 
Grand Hotel. 
Hotel Kaaterskill. 

CHATHAM. 
Blinn, P. B. Jr. 
Chatham House. 
Chesterman, Jas. 
Haynor, A. H., M.D.. residence. 
Howes, Prof E. W., sanitarium. 
M. E. Church. 

Moorehouse. J. J., residence. 
Payn. Hon. L. F. 
Rosboro. Chas., hotel. 
Shuphels. R. E., residence. 
Uni n Free School Building. 

CHESTER. 
Chamberlain, R. W., residence. 
Roe, A. B., residence. 
Smith, C. P.. M.D., residence. 
Thompson, John T., residence. 
CHESTEKTOWN. 
Faxon, Chas. H. 
Vetter, F. 

CLAIRMOXT. 
Dow, R. H. 

CLATTOX. 
B.istian, Eugene. 

ClIFTOX SPRINGS. 
Bestwick & List. 

CUXTOX. 

Kelsey, Professor. 

CLOVE BRAXCH. 

Storm, G., residence. 



CLYDE. 

Buf, J. P.. M.D. 
Denison, A. J., residence. 
Eby, J., residence. 
Graham, A., residence. 
Gridley, E., residence. 
Holmes, A. O., residence. 
Murphy & McElgiott, residence, 
Muth, J. R., res dence. 
Newburj', S. , residence. 
Shepard, S., residence. 
Smith, J. E., residence. 
Streeter, Jas., residence. 
Streeter, S. D., residence. 
Tobin, Wm., residence. 
Wells, C, residence. 

COCHETOX. 
Irvine, Mrs. Chas.. residence. 

COETMAXS. 
Pulver, Peter. 
Tobin, Geo. 

CO HOES. 
Akin John, residence. 
.Akin William H., residence. 
Beatie, William, residence. 
Bottom & Lancaster. 
Brady, Rev. P. I., parsonage. 
Brooks, J. A., residence. 
Brown, Frank, residence. 
Campbell, Hon. George, residence. 
Clute, John, residence. 
Curtis & Co. 
Germania Hotel. 
Hornby, Ralph, residence. 
Horrorks, John, residence. 
Leroy, William B., residence. 
Moor, William, residence. 
Ravenscroft. Jonas, residence. 
Rey, Rev. Eugene, parsonage. 
Scott, Jno., residence. 
St. .\gnes' Church. 
St. Joseph's Church. 
Sutherland, Daniel, residence. 
Van Benthiuser, Miron, residence. 
Vermilyea, Leroy, residence. 
Wilcox, Rodny, residence. 

CONEY ISL.VXD. 
Hotel Brighton. 
Manhattan Beach Hotel. 
Oriental Hotel. 

COOPERSTOWX. 

First National Bank. 
Grant, G. W., residence. 
Grant, G. W. & Co., store. 
Gymnasium. 
Hinman, H.. residence. 
Hooker, H. M. & Co. 
Hotel Fenimore. 
Minis, M. M. 
Orphan House. 



) Otsego County Court House. 
Second National Bank. 
Turner, T. C, residence. 

COPAKE IRON WORKS. 

Martin, Asa, residence. 

CORNING. 

Brown, F., residence. 
Clisdell, Edward, residence. 
Corning Glass Works. 
Corning Water Works. 
Dickins House. 
Drake Block. 
Drake, F. N., residence. 
Fall Brook Coal Co. Depot. 
First Fational Bank. 
Fuller Bros., Hotel. 
Griffin, Peter. 
Hawkes, T. G. 

Heermans, Mrs. John, residence. 
Heermans & Lawrence, office. 
Heyniger, Mr., residence. 
Houghton, Hon. C, F., residence. 
I Hood C. S. & Co. 
Howell C. G. 
Huber, John H., store. 
IngersoU, A. J., Water Cure. 
Lang. J. H., residence. 
Lewis, John L., residence. 
Maltby, C. R., residence. 
Maltby, C. R. & Bro.. store. 
Pease, F. 
Robinson. L. B. 
Robinson, O. P. 
Walker & Clark. 
Walker. William, residence. 
Wellington, Q. W.. & Co., Bank. 
Young Men's Christian .Association. 

CORTLAND. 
Bandes, D. 

Benton, H. F., residence. 
Boynton, Fitz. 
Brown C. F. 
Buck & Rose. 
Bull, J. S., residence. 
Bull, J. S. and Company, 
Clark, William H. 
Copeland, William S. 
Cortland Co., Alms House. 
Cortland Co. Court House. 
Cortlandt House. 
Cortlandt Standard office. 
Cortland Wagon Co. 
Corcoin, D. G. , residence. 
Crandall L. S., residence. 
E. C. & N. R. R. Co. 
Fitzgerald, S. J. 
HoUister, H. T. 
Hubbard & Buck. 
Kelsey, W. W. 
Lewis, L. R. 
Liddane & Kavanaugh, residence. 



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RbPERENCbS. 



Mahan, A. 
Messenger!^House. 
Newton. \V.,H. 
Presbyterian Church. 
Robertson, Rev. J. R. 
Selooe, C. E., residence. 
Sherwood S. W. , residence. 
Smith, F. D., residence. 
Smith, W. F. 
Standard Block. 
Stevenson. Theo. 
Tisdale. W. D. 
Wallace, D. F. 
Whiteson, J. 
Wick wire Bros. 
Wickwire, C. S. 

CKOWS FOIST. 
Barker, Major E. J., residence, 
Huesiis, F. E. 
Huestis, F. E.. *: Bro. 

DAI.TOM. 
Thornton, C. B. 

DAJiSVIULE. 
Austin, Jackson & Co. 
Jackyns, Dr., sanitarium. 
Our Home. 
The Sanitarium. 
Whitman Paprr Co. 

DELHI. 

White, E. D. 
White & Co. 

DE.1IAREST. 

Herring, \. Z., residence. 
Sayres. R., residence. 
Westervek, \V. H. 

DBWITTVU-I-E. 

Insane Asylum. 

DEXTER. 
De.xter Sulphite Pulp and Pipe Co. 

DOBBS FERBT. 
Ackerman, J. R. 
Cushing. Prof., school. 
Elting. J. D. & Co., store. 
Hamil, R. 

McComb, J. J., residence. 
The Misses Neasters, 3 School Buildings. 

DOI.GETII.I.E. 
Dolge, Alfred, felt department. 
Dolge, Alfred, lumber department. 
Dolge, Alfred, private offices. 

DRYDEN. 
Southworth, A., residence. 
Williams, E., residence. 

DUNDEE. 

Harpending, A. C. 

Harpending House. 

Kline, John, 

Lord, Hon., Geo. P., residence. 

Raple, Miles W. 



DUNKIRK. 

Brooks, H. G. .'residence. 
Brooks' Locomotive Works. 
Martin .-^nti-Fire Car^Heater Co 
Owen, R. B., residence. 
Perry E. C residence. 
Perry E. C, & Co., office. 
Smith, R. H., residence. 

EAST AURORA. 
Bowen. L. E.. .N: Co. 

EAST BLOOMTIELD STATION. 

Chapin, Charles, residence. 
McWilliams, D.. & Son. 
Munson, T , & Co., brick block. 
Murrell, William, residence. 
Page, Charles, residence. 

E.AST BUFFALO. 
N. Y. Sleeping Car Co. 

EAST CHATHAM. 
Chesterman, Jas. 

EAST SEW YORK. 
House of the Good Shepherd. 
Wortburg Home. 

EAST TARRYTOWN. 
Westchester Co., Alms^House. 
EDGEWATER. 
Village Hall. 

KLIZABETHTO^YN. 

Putnam. H. A. 

Smith, \Vm. F. 

ELLENVILLE. 

Beers & Stevens. 

Brodhead, Miss Sarah A., residence. 

Donaldson, Jas., residence. 

Du Bois, Eli. 

Eaton, Burr. 

EUenville Tanning Co. 

First National Bank. 

Grimley, A. B., residence. 

Hornbeck, John C, residence. 

Hornbeck, S. E. D., residence. 

Hunt & Donaldson, store house. 

Kuhlman, Jno. 

McCarthy, Jas. W. 

Mount Vernon Brewing Co. 

Turell, John A., residence. 

Tice, D., store. 

Tice, W. , residence. 

Webb. R. O., residence. 

ELSIIRA. 
Arnot's Arcade Block. 
Beach, Wm., block. 
Bell. Harry, residence. 
Brand, John, & Co., store. 
Brand, John, residence. 
Briggs, J., & Co., Brewery. 
Brown, J. L., residence. 
Campbell, fos. A., & Co. 
Couch, .■\rthur, office. 
Crane. T. W.. residence. 
D. L. & W. R. R. Depot. 



Durland & Pratt, store. 

E. C. & N. Ry. 

Eastabrook,,T. T. 

Eastabrook, T. W., residence. 

Fish, W. W., residence. 

Fish W. W., store. 

Fraiser House. 

Fraiser, F. A., residence. 

Gerrity Bros., wholesale druggists. 

Gridley, C. H., & Co. 

Hand, H. P., residence. 

Ingraham Bros., store. 

Knowl & LeValley. 

Lorimer & Tompkins. 

Mauder Adam, residence. 

Miller. Valentine. 

N. Y. Glue Co., factory. 

Pierce & Docksta3er, office. 

Plumb & Sheldon, store. 

Rathbun House. 

Richardson, J. 

Robenson & Bull, office. 

Robertson, H. C, office. 

Robinson. G. L., residence. 

Sadler. Guy F. 

School No. 4. 

Second National Bank. 

Slaymaker & Holmes, store. 

Taylor & Bacon, office. 

Thomas, N. S., residence. 

Torry, Thos. F. 

Townsend, P. M. C, residence. 

Varnum, J. E., office. 

Walker, J. & R. H. 

Wyckofif, Mrs. George, residence. 

ERIE. 

Sims, Henrj-. 

EBEN. 

Rodburn, J. H., residence. 
ETNA. 
Ellis, E. E. 

FAIR PORT. 

Baptist Church. 
Cott, A. H. 
Mordoff, A. F. 

FARUERS' TIIXAGE. 

Beardsley. E. 

Case, C. F. 

Cobb, R. B., residence. 

Convert E. N., residence. 

Ditmars, Wm., residence. 

Huflf George C, residence. 

Johnson, G. W. 

Otis, Dr. C, residence. 

Wheeler. O. G. 

FAR ROCKAWAY. 
Horton, S. J. 
McKenna, W. H. 

FISHKTLU. 

Byram. W. H. 

District School Building. 

Dutchess Shoe Co. , office. 



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References. 



Dutchess Hat Works. 
Flannery's Hotel. 
Jones, W., residence. 
Mechanic's Savinijs Bank. 
Morth, Dr. E. J., residence. 
Mou-att, Miss Mary. 
Mt. Beacon Academy. 
Place John, residence. 
Redman, John. 
Roller Skating Rink. 
Shay, Bros. 
Shay, Frank. 
Toohey, \V. A., residence. 
Tompkins, E. L., residence. 
Vanderburgh, Geo. 
Verplank W., residence. 

FLORAL PARK. 
Childs, John Lewis. 

FLORIDA. 
Jayne, Wm. 

FLUSHING. 
Elliott, Thos. 
Flushing Water Works. 
Rauttier, G. A. 

FORDHAM. 
Mitchell, Mary P. 

FORT EDWARDS. 
Hyanny, Ira. 
Young. Ira H. 

FORT HENRY. 

Witherby, W. C. 

FORT PLAIN. 

Clark, Mr., residence. 

Clark, W. Jr. 

Clinton Liberal Institute. 

Delemater, James, residence. 

Dunn, Smith & Co. 

El wood, B. H. & E. E. 

Fort Plain Water Works. 

Hotel Grant. 

Law, J. M. 

Pickard, Adam, residence. 

Pietny, M , residence. 

Shearer, R. H., residence. 

Wood, Smith & Co. 

Woods, E. W., residence. 

FREDONIA. 

Case & Zahn. 
Couch, Dr. A. S. 
Putman, H. J. 
Scott, F. W. 

Waterhouse, Dr. J. A., residence. 

FREEPOKT. 

Wallace, Geo. 

FCLTONVILLK. 
Starin Silk Fabric Co. 

GARDEN CITY. 

St. Paul's School. 



GENEVA. 

Alcock, Charles. 

Baldwin, A. A. 

Brush Swan Electric Station. 

Catchpole, A., & Co. 

Catholic Convent. 

Chase, R. G., & Co. 

Chase, W. D. 

Chew, A. L. , residence. 

Church Home. 

Clark, Dr. H. K. 

Covert, Dr. N. B. 

Dorchester & Rose 

Dunning, W. B. 

Franklin House. 

First National Bank. 

Greene, Dr. F. A. 

Geneva National Bank. 

Hammond, S. H. 

Hardison, F. K. 

Henry, D. H. 

Herendeen Manufacturing Co. 

Herendeen, L. 

Hobart College. 

Hurd, Mrs. E. H. 

Johnson, G. W. 

King, Wm. J., Jr. 

Maxwell, T. O. 

Maxwell, Mrs. H. E. 

McDougal, G. C. 

McMannus, Rev. J., T. V. G., residence. 

Methodist Church. 

Mellen, J. P. 

Moore, W. G. 

Nash, Prof. 

Nester, S. K. 

New York Central Iron Works. 

New York State Experimental Station. 

Patter, Dr. E. U., residence. 

Patterson, J. D. 

Patty, D. H. 

Pickett, J. H. 

Potter, W. G., residence. 

Post Office. 

Prouty, P. 

Rice, Mrs. Harry. 

Sanford, M. S. 

Scoon, C. K. 

Sears, J. S. 

Sheffield, Mrs. C. 

Smith, Dr. A. B. 

Smith, J. \V., & Co., store. 

Smith, Mrs. J. W. 

Smith, William. 

Squires, E. N. 

Southworth, Saml., residence. 

Vansickel, Mrs. E. 

Weyburn, Dr. H. D. 

Wilson, William. 

Wright, Hon. W. W. 

Youngs, W. L., store. 



GENOA. 

Tifft, A. E. 

GLEN. 

Edwards & Edwards. 

GLEN COVE. 

Duryea, L. T. 
Duryea, W. 

GLENS FALLS, N. Y. 

Adams, Geo. E. ^: Co. 

Calhoun Bros. 

Glen Falls Insurance Company, Office bldg. 

Goodman, S. L., residence. 

Goodman, S. B., residence. 

Leavens, H. R., store. 

Moore, William, residence. 

Ordway Jones, residence. 

Pruyn, Samuel, residence. 

Rogers, W. G., residence. 

Sherman, Mrs. H. A., residence. 

Spies, Wm. E., residence. 

GLOVERSVILLE. 
Adler & Co., factory. 
Allen, C. F., factory. 
Alvoord Houee. 
Anthony, A. J. 
Anthony, N. J. 
Burr Bros. 
Collins, E. C. 
Cummings & Burr, office. 
Curtin, Frank. 
Darling & Bard. 
Demerest, W. N. 
Dempster & Place, factory. 
Dodge, Samuel. 

Felmer Bros , factory and residence. 
Fidoe, J., residence. 

Fonda Johnstown & Gloversville, R.R. depot. 
Gloversvllle Gas Light Co. 
Gloversville Hair Co., factory. 
Hill, Charles, residence. 
Hoag, J. 

Honeywell, Jesse, residence. 
Hosmer, Jas. S. 
Huggett & Bridger. 
Kasson, A. J., res'dence. 
Kasson, H. Z., residence. 
Klein, A., factory and residence. 
Klein, G. 

Leftes, Dr., residence. 
Levos, G., residence.- 
Littaner Block. 
Littaner Bros., factory. 
Mandaville, G. W., factory. 
McGuire, Bernard, residence. 
McNabb, John, residence. 
Memorial Hall Opera House. 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Miller, J. A., residence. 
Mills Bros. 

Mills, E. J., residence. 
Pawley, F. 
Peck, E. W., residence 



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ALWAYS ADJUSTED, 

fflw, li.si|il©fiflli|t 



Holds Pipe, . 
Holds Ituuiid Ir 
Length. 
Price, per doz. 



Holds Pipe, 
Holds Round Iron. 
Length, 
Price, 



No. 1. 

'» to 'i, 'i 



No. S. No. 4. 



$ilM $12.UU S24.U0 $36.(H) 



No. 5. 

2 to 3 

27 
$M.OO 



Twill. Pocket. 

,'.' to Ji 



$18,00 $3.0(> per doz. 



These Wrenches are forged solid in one piece, 
from best refined iron, with tempered steel jaws. 
They have ratchet teeth, fiit diagonal/}' across 
one jaw, thus enabling them to bite with three 
teeth at once. A single Wrench will hold many 
sizes of nuts or bolts without adjusting. 

They are invaluable to engineers, gas fitters, 
blacksmiths, and jobbers of all kinds, and for 
August 31, 1876. general household or farmers' use. 

Manufactured only by 

American Saw Company, 

Trenton, N. J. 



BUIPFAIL'O 



STE/iH mm CO. 



BUFFALO, N. Y. 




Manufacturers of 



FOB, ALL DUTIES. 



"I advise all parents to have their boys and fi;irls tanght shorthand writing and type-writing. 
A stenographer who can type-write his notes would be safer from poverty than a great Greek 
scholar."— Charles Reade, on " The Coming Man.'' 



EMEIMG-TOW— 



STANDAR 




TYPEWRITER 



WYCKOFF. SEAMANS & BENEDICT, 
NEW YORK. 



For Fifteen Years the Standard, and to-day the most perfect development of the 
writing machine, embodying the Latest and Highest Achievements of inventive and 
mechanical skill. We add to the Remington every improvement that study and 
capital can secure. 

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References. 



Place, I. V. 

Quackenbush, J., residence. 
Reea, Robert. 

Sporbourg, W. L. , residence. 
Smith, D. W. , residence. 
Still, E., residence. 
Stockamore, John, residence. 
Zimmer, A. J., residence. 
GOSHEN. 
Bull. James. 
Campbell Hall. 

Cateret Hose Co., truck house. 
Coleman, James, C. M. D. 
Coleman, R. C. 
Court House. 
County Asylum. 
County Jail. 

Cuddeback, Lewis, residence. 
DIkeman Hose Co., truck house. 
Elliot Hook and Ladder Co. 
Elliott, Chas. G. 
Gregory, J. S. 
Greene, Geo. VV., office. 
Goshen Corporation building. 
Goshen Foundry and Gas Mfg. Co. 
Hatfield. T. T. 
Height & Newell. ' 
Height, Mrs. D. H. 
Height, H. E., office. 
Hoek, R. B. 

Holbert, Adam, residence. 
Hork, R, B. 

Howell, Sidney O.. residence. 
Howell, M. A., residence. 
Howell, Jas. A., residence. 
Johnson, Jacob M. 
Kergham, Rev. J. J., residence. 
Mapes, W. E., office. 
Moore, J. A. 
Neafie, A, 
Post Office. 
Ray, William V. 
Reayse, Edwin L., residence. 
Reemer, Mrs. G. M., residence. 
Seely, F. B. 

Slaughter, Geo., residence. 
Smith, Theodore, residence. 
St. John's Church and residence. 
Surrogate's Office . 
Tuthill, T. D., residence. 
Valentine, Jno., residence. 
Van Steenburg, J, H., residence. 
Walace, Mrs. Hannah, residence. 
Wykes, W. H., residence. 

GOITV'ERNEUK. 
Abbott, V. P.. residence. 
Gouverneur Mach. Co. 
Herald-Times Building. 
McCarty, John, residence. 
Reynolds, H. G. 



Van Buren House. 
Van Duzee, S. B. 
Van Duzee, C. A. 

GRANVILLE. 
Baker, O. K., residence and store. 
Baldwin, O., residence. 
Betts, F. W., residence. 
Butlock, R., residence. 
Burtis, W. J., residence. 
Central Hotel. 
Collings, J. H., residence. 
Conry, G. W., residence. 
Dillingham, H., residence. 
Finch, G. N., hotel. 
Henry, Geo. W., residence. 
Hught, H. W., residence. 
Maloney, Rev. Father, residence. 
Martin, John T., residence. 
McFadden, C. E., residence, 
Mosher, Dr., residence. 
Potter, S. G., residence. 
Potter, Jno. D., residence. 
Rogers, D., residence. 
Simonds, Geo. O., residence. 
Stafles, Jno., residence. 
Temple, Geo., residence. 
Tenny, W. A., residence. 
Woodward, D. D., residence. 
Wyman, E. W., residence. 

GRASSY POINT. 
Collins, L. D., residence. 
Denan, Thos . 
Wadsworth, Jas. W. 
Wiles, A. M. & W. H. 

GREAT NECK. 

Arnold, W. H. 

GREENBUSH. 

Electric Manufacturing Co. 
Hilt, O. F. 

Sisters of Mercy, (Convent). 
Wilson, R. L 

GREENPOINT. 

Gleason, E. P. 

Mechanics' and Traders' Bank. 

St. Anthony's Church. 

St. Anthony's Parochial Residence. 

GREENPORT. 
Hedges, S. P. 

GREENWICH. 

Greenwich School Building. 
Thompson, J. H., residence. 

GRIFFINS CORNERS. 
Todd, A. H. 

GROTON. 
Avery, O., residence. 
Crandall Type Writer office. 
Croton Carriage Co., office. 
Conger, C. W. & Co., store. 
Conger, Benn, residence. 



Groton Bridge &^Mfg. Co. 

Jones & Gobel. 

Marsh, D. M., residence. 

McLachlan, D. 

Perrigo, Charles, residence. 

Smiley Everett. 

Union School Building. 

Watrous Jason. 

Williams, Wm. 

HAGQAMANS MILLS. 

Pawling, H. H. 

HALLS CORNERS. 

Perkins, Clarence. 

HAMBURGH. 
Bunting, J. L., residence. 

HAMDKN. 
Brice, Samuel. 

HAMILTON. 
Tooke, W. E., office. 

HANCOCK. 
Blake, Peter. 

HARFORD. 
Blumers, Jno., cheese factory. 
HAVERSTRAW. 

Chapman, Edward. 

Dinan, Thomas. 

N. Y.. W. S. & B. R. R. Station. 

West, J. E. 

Wills, A. M. 

HERKIMCER. 
Churchill, A., residence. 
Folts, J. P., residence. 
Herkimer Paper Co. 
Howell, Wm. B., residence. 
Mark, Morris, residence. 
Mark, Elias, residence. 
Palmer, C. W. & Co. 
Palmer, Joseph, residence. 
Salmo, James, residence. 

HEBIPSTEAD. 
Adams, Geo. W. 
Carman, T. A. 
Hall, M. W. 
Norton, C. F. 

HIGH BRIDGE. 
Ferguson, Dr. Jas. 

HIGH FALLS. 
Van Dermark, Hon. W. 

i HIGHLAND. 

Van Woret, T. 

HILBUKN. 

Curtis. Lyman F., residence. 
Easton, W. G. 
Ramapo Iron Works. 

HOGANSBURG. 

Bouker, H. E. 



HOLLIS. 



Dunton, F. W. 



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Wood Engraving . 
Designing. 

Catalo gue Printing. 

Specimens of our work are found in almost 
all of the prominent Catalogues and Ncivspapers 
issued. 

THE REASON IS OBVIOUS. 

We employ the most skilled Engravers and 
Artists. Our facilities are unequalled, and our 
guarantee to give Cofnplete Satisfaction, accom- 
panies the acceptance of each order. 

Address all com)nunicafio7is to "Art Depart- 
ment.^' 

BART LETT cr CO., 

1^4 Broadway, New York. 

Correspondence invited. 



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SPRING- HINGES 




FOR DOORS. 


Length 
of 


JAPANNED. 




Single Acting 


Donble Acting 


Feet. Inch. 


Flanges 


Per Pair. 


Per Pair, 


lix-J X Sj to m 


3«iii 


No. 63. $0 70 


No. 83, $1 40 


rxa X 1 to l-i)l 


4 in 


" 04, 90 


" 84, 1 70 


7s3K> X 1 to 1% 


5 in 


" «.i. 1 10 


"85, 2 25 


G in 


" 6fi, 1 40 


" 8ti, 2 8(1 


»s2^ X l!4toIJ<; 
Ks3 X 1!^ to 314 
9x3 X l'>| lo -iVi 


" in 


" W, 1 75 


" 87, 3 50 


S in 


" Ca, 2 !J0 


" 88, 5 00 


10 in 


" 69, 3 50 


" 89, 7 00 


10x3 X 2 to 3 


12 in 


" 70, J ,50 


" 90, 9 00 



^ Or E IVI 1^ 

Wire Coat and Hat Hooks 

Easily Put Up or Removed. No Screws or Tools Required. 




JAPANNED. 



COPPERED. 



Size. 


No. 


Per Gross. 


No. 


Hi^r Gross. 


2 incli 
3K> inch 

3 ~ inch 
SU inch 


.50 
liO 
70 


$1 90 
3 15 

2 55 

3 80 


150 
160 
170 
180 


$1 75 
3 00 
3 40 

3 on 



MANUFACTURED BY 



VAN WAGONER & WILLIAMS CO. 

82 Beekman Street, NEW YORK. 

C^" Send for Catalogue. 



A^, ^SJSI 



" O I^ O I^ F" tSa SO 3Nr, 

Patent Steam-Pipe Casing for Underground Steam-Pipes. 



CUT No. 1 . 



CUT No. 2. 



CUT No. 3. 






Cat No. I rc(>re..ici.lte 
Pipe Casing complete. 



Cat No lA\a\\^ \\\n h.ti\o- removed to show the 
tilling between the inside and outside staves. 



The Wyckoflf Patent Steam-Pipe Casing is made of eight thor- 
oughly seasoned white pine staves, free from sap, one-inch thick, 
joined together and wound with galvanized steel wire, then wrapped 
with two thicknesses of heavy corrugated paper, then another casing 
of one-inch staves is put on the outside and wound with galvanized 
steel wire, making a two-inch casing with a non-conducting lining 
between. The casing is then coated on the outside with asphaltum. 

Woo<l and paper are excellent non-conductors of heat, and when 
used as above described, make a perfect casing for underground 
Steam-Pipe. 

\Vc have tested this casing in the same line, and in connection 
with the solid wood casing, both round and square, the solid casing 
would heat through while this casing would remain perfectly cool 
on the outside. 

The heal from the steam pipes would check the solid wood casirig, 
causing serious loss of heat. The Wyckoff Patent Steam-Pipe 
Casing being made of thoroughly seasoned pine lumber and wound 
with galvanized wire will not check. 

It can be lapped for branches or cut at any point. It is more easily 
baadled than the solid casing, as it weighs only one-third as much. 



Cut No. 3 eliowing the manner of casing Tees 
and Klho v8 The tip is put on with screws and 
can lie easily and q'lickly remove J when necessary . 

for Casing delivered at 



We would be pleased to quote price: 
ly point. 

WE MAKE THE FOLLOWING SIZES : 

INTERNAL DIMENSIONS. 

3 inch, 
7 inch, 



2 inch, 

5 inch, 

9 inch, 

13 inch, 

17 inch, 



2i inch, 

6 inch, 

10 inch, 

14 inch. 

18 inch, 



1 1 inch, 
15 inch, 
19 inch. 



4 inch, 
8 inch, 
12 inch, 
16 inch, 
20 inch. 



When asking quotations or ordering Casing, please state whether 
any Tees, Elbows, or E.\pansion-Joints will be used in the line. 



SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. 



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References. 



HOMBR. 

Brockvvay, W, N. 

HONKOTK FALL.S. 

Burton, A., residence. 
Burton, L. A., residence. 
Dann, John R., residence. 
Dutton, G. R., store. 
Lapp, John. 
Ritzenthaler, E., hotel. 
Schermerhorn & Co., store. 
Sheldon, Hon. Judson F. , residence. 
Wilcox, G., residence. 

HONESDAI.E. 
Irving Cliff Hotel. 

HOOSICK FAI.I..S. 
Brien Bros. 
Commercial Hotel. 
Eldredge, Charles Q., residence. 
Haren, P. J. 
Healy, D., hotel. 
Holmes, W., Holmes' Block. 
Hoosick Falls Armory. 
Union House. 
Wallace. Jones & Ely. 
Wallace, V.J. , residence. 
Wood, W. A., offices. 

HOPEWKLI, JDNCTION. 
Porret, A. A. 

HOIlNKLLSVILtE. 

Berwick, O., residence. 
McDougal, Avery, block. 
O'Connor, Wm., residence. 
O'Connor, Geo. W. . residence. 
Rouch, A., block. 

HUIXSON. 

Court House. 

Evans, C, H. & Sons, offices. 

Faulk, W. C, store and residence. 

House of Refuge for Women. 

Miller, Chas. 

Parker, Byron. 

Presbyterian Church. 

Van Vleck, Dr. Chas. 

HYDK PARK. 

Howatt, D. E. 
Rogers, A. 
White, Wra. A. 

IBVINfJTON. 

Burnham, W. A. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception. 

Dearman, Geo. E. 

Eagen, Father. 

Elder, Andrew. 

Lord & Burnam Co. 

Lord, Henry F. 

Lord's Horticultural Mfg. Co. 

Lord, F. A. 

Manning, A. J. 

McCulIough, Capt. John. 

Parish, H. 



Phelps, A. E. 
Public School. 
Sarven, J. D. 
Seigher, Mrs. Anton. 

ISLIP. 
Head, Mrs. R. 
Neal. J. 
Nicull, Wm,, residence. 

ITHACA. 
Adams, Prof., Pres. Cornell University. 
Andrus & Church . 
Avery, Oliver. 
Baker, Geo. 
Beckwith, C. K. 
Blood, Col. Chas. F. 
Bool, Henry. 

Bostwick, H. v., residence. 
Burdick, D. W. 
Campbell, T. B. 
Church, Prof. I. P., residence. 
Clark, Uri. 
Clinton, M. L. 
Cornell, Frank. 
Cornell University Buildings. 
Davenport, H. A. 
Doherty, T. F., residence. 
Ellston, J. A. 
Esty, W. W. 
Evans, E. D. 

Fiske, Mrs. Jennie McGraw, residence. 
Ferry, Mrs. Jacob. 
Fuertes, Prof. E. A., residence. 
Glenzer, J. J . 

Hewitt, Prof. W. T., residence. 
Hill, Harmon. 
Hymes, J. H. 
Ithaca Hotel. 
Jackson & Bush. 
Jamieson & McKinney. 
Kavanagh, W. K. & Co. 
Law, Prof. James, residence. 
Lewis, Mrs. John, residence. 
MacKoon, Prof., residence 
Memorial Cottage, Cornell University Campu 
Morgan, Dr. E. J., Jr., residence. 
Morris, Prof. J. L., residence. 
Newman, J. T., residence. 
Newman, Isaac H., res'dence, 
Parks, Henry S., residence. 
Phelps. E. G. 
Platts, A. H., residence. 
Psi U Fraternity Club House. 
Public School, East Hill. 
Randolph, F. P. 
Sage, Hon. H. W. 
Sage, W. H. 
Sherman, George. 
Stowell, CD., residence. 
Terry, F. C. 
Thurston, Prof. R. H. 
Titus, Hon. C. M., residence. 



Thompson, T. S. 

Tompkins County Jail. 

Van Natia, J. E. 

Wait. Prof. L. A. 

White, Prof. H. S., residence. 

Whitlock, C. A. 

Williams Bros. 

Williams, DeForrest, residence. 

Williams, Prof. E. L., Treas. Cornell Univ. 

Williams, Prof. Henry, residence. 

Winton, S. H., residence. 

Wood, Mrs. Caroline B., residence. 

.TAMAICA. 

DeGrauw, Aaron A. 

JAMESTOWN. 

Berry, C. A. 

Chair, W. S., & Co., block. 
Conway & Chatfield. 
Fenton, G. W. T. 
Fenton, W. S., residence. 
Frisby, O. C , residence. 
Gokey, N. W. & Son. 
Hall, Erie L. 

Kent, A. Flyn, residence. 
Kent, A. M., residence. 
Lynes & Randall, 
Tew, H. W. , residence. 
Warner, Leonard B., block. 
JERICHO. 

Seaman, Elias H . 

JOHNSONVILLE. 

Gibbs, L. H. 

JOHNSTOWN. 

Abel, C. C. 

Argensinger, P. T. & Co., factory. 
Bailey, S. C. & Son. 
Calahan & Selmser. 
Callamer, G. R. 
Cambria Iron Co. 
Decker, Son & Co., factory. 
Fairchilds & Co. 
Ireland Bros., factory. 
Johnstown R. R. Depot. 
Johnson Company. 
Kennedy, M. & Son. 
Lynes, Wesley. 

Mason, Campbell & Co., factory, 
McMillan, J. A. 
Sir William Johnson Hotel. 
Waters, J H. &Bro. 
Vosburg, Barney, residence. 
.JORDAN. 

Philips, C. J. 

KATONAH. 

Putney, D. 

KEESEVILLE. 

Callanan, W. J. 
Commercial Hotel. 
Forance, H 

Kingsland, G. \J., residence. 
McGeeirs, M. 



205 






Users of Steam Take Notice 




^^ — AR^ YOU aware: '►'► 

That a large percentajje of heat in the ordinary Boiler passes 
unused up the chimney. This lost heat the 

WAJmUOm BQILMM 

utilizes according to approved scientific principles. This Boiler is a 
Steam Generator and Feed Water Heater combined, and the heat that 
in other boilers would be wasted is used in the Feed Water Heater. 

MANUFACTURED BY 

CHARLES J. DAVIDSON, 

409 Lafayette Street, SIOUX CITY, I A. 

PATENT FOR SALE. 



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Imperial Brand Prepared Roofings, 

Best Quality. Easily Applied. 




Fne Piper Mills Capacit> 80 tons per da^ 
EVERY VARIETY OF 

BUILDING, ROOFING and CARPET PAPERS 



H. F. WATSON, Manufacturer, 

136 Washington St, CHICAGO, ILL. 




CM© ''Kmiwew'' lart H 



PU7VYPS 



Centrifugal. Rotary and Piston Power Pumps, 
and House Pumps. 

OVER 800 VARIETIES of BRASS and IRON LIFT and FORCE PUMPS 






New York City Office: 16 Dey Street. 



Factories : Seneca Falls, N. Y. 



206 



Reperences. 



Romeyn, E. K., residence. 
Taylor, C. S., residence. 

KXNSERHOOK. 
Bair, Mrs. Peter. 
Hoag, F. 
Hoag, F. S. 

KINGSTON. 

Alderman, Brown, residence. 

Boddy, Rev. Wm. , Catholic Church. 

Chambers, Dr. 

Clarke, J. F. R., residence. 

Clinton House, Wm. D. Hill, prop. 

Conover, Edward, residence. 

Cornell Steamboat Co's Building. 

County Clerks Building. 

Court House. 

Cusack & Morgan . 

Cusack, Thos. J., 

Darrow, Prof. H. W. 

Drakes, S. L., residence. 

Eagle Hotel. 

Eichler, A., hotel. 

Fair St. Reformed Church Parsonage. 

First Reformed Church. 

Forsyth Building, law offices and hotel. 

Gallagher, Fred., residence. 

Gaskill, E., residence. 

Hasbrouck, C. 

Heiser, J. A. 

Johnston, Mrs. D. 

Kingston Armory. 

Kingston National Bank. 

Lecture Room First Ref'd Church. 

Loughran, B. 

Low, J. M. 

Mauroz, J. A. 

Merritt, C. O. 

Merritt, Geo. B. & Co., store. 

Millard, Jas. & Son. 

Murphy, F. M. 

Noone, Luke. 

N. Y?, W. S. & B. R. R. Depot. 

Oppenheimer, Max, residence. 

Osterhoudt, Howard, residence. 

Ostrander, Jas. E. 

Preston, Geo., residence. 

Rice, Max, bakery and residence. 

Romer, Mrs. W. F., residence. 

Rosa, Dr. Hyman. 

Shafer, Col. C. B., residence. 

Stillwell, C. S. 

St. John's Episcopal Church and Parsonage 

St. Mary's Church and Rectory, 

Surrogate's Building. 

Treraper, Hon. Thomas H. 

Ulster County Savings Institution. 

Van Duzen, Mrs. Columbus. 

Van Gaasbeek, R. M., residence. 

Van Gaasbeek, P. 

Van Luren, J. 

Van Slyke, Rev. J. G., Parsonage. 

Watson, Rev. L. S. 



LACKAWACK. 

Moss, C. W. 

LAKE MAHOPAC. 

Clark, Emerson. 

LAKE PLACID. 

Mirror Lake Hotel. 

LANSINGBUKGH. 

Belts, E, K., residence. 
Bolton, Joseph, residence. 
Bolton, C, residence. 
Bolton, William, residence. 
Gray & Temple. 
Hoyt, Mr., residence. 
Parks, Charles, residence. 
Phoeni.x Hotel. 
Pine, J.rK. P. 

Thompson, D. F., residence. 
Witbeck, C. W., residence. 

LAKCHMONT. 
Jardine, D. 

LAWTON. 
Clark, Miss Elizabeth. 

LEFEVER FALLS. 
Coutant, S. W., residence. 
Hardenburgh, Mr., residence. 
LE ROY. 

Wells, D. C. & Co. 

LITTLE FALLS. 

Adams, Victor, office. 
Astoronga Knitting Mill. 
Barnet, J. S. & Bro. 
Benedict, Charles, residence. 
Brown, Henry. 
Chappie, W. R., residence. 
Clark, J. D. & Co., office. 
Collins, Dennis, residence. 
First Presbyterian Church. 
Gilbert, J. J., residence. 
Girvan House. 
Grand Central Hotel. 
Little Falls Knitting Mill office. 
McCauley, John. 
McDermott & Ashenhurst. 
McKinnair, R., office. 
Metropolitan Hotel. 
Mullen, Joseph, residence. 
Oppel, G. A., residence. 
Senior, James S. & Co. 
Sheard, Hon. Titus, residence. 
T. Sheard Co., knitting mill office. 
White, George, residence. 
Whitman, Walter W., residence. 
ZoUer, Jacob, residence. 

LIMA. 
Beadle Bros. 
Beadle, Mrs., residence. 
Gen. Wes. Seminary. 
Lima Baptist Church. 
Sherwood, G. 



LIVINGSTON MANOR. 

DuBois, A. P. 

LIVINGSTON STATION. 

Hudson River Iron & Ore Co. 
LIVONIA. 

Davis, J. W., residence. 

LOCKPORT. 

American District Steam Co. 

Blackley, M. H., residence. 

Carnell & Holton. 

Court House. 

Doty, E. A., store. 

Grace Church Parish House. 

Hall, B. D., residence. 

McCue, John. 

McCue & Fairfield. 

Moyer, E. M., residence. 

N. Y. C. R. R. depot. 

Pierson, W. 

Pound, Waterman S., residence. 

Sawyer, F. J., residence. 

Tarbox, M. H., residence. 

Trevor Mfg. Co. 

LOWVILLE. 
Easton, F. S. , residence. 
LVON. 
Alloway Hotel. 
Baltzen Bros. 

Franklin, Mrs. N. D., residence. 
Franklin, W. D. 
Hotel Price. 
Johnson, Geo. W. 
Rudd, J. H. 

MADRID. 
Hall, W. H. 

Hepburn, A. T., residence. 
Meeker, John A., residence. 
Powell, C, residence. 
Robinson, John H., residence. 
Walsh, Dr. E. C, residence. 
MALONE. 

Goff, W. J. & Co. 
Huntington & Wyman. 
Kelley, John. 

MAMARONECK. 
Constable, F. A. 
McGregor, A. M., residence. 
McLoughlin, J. H. 

Parish Building and Rectory, St. Thomas 
Memorial Church. 

MANUET. 
Hutton, Louis II. 

MARLBOROUGH. 
Bailey, Dr. A., residence. 
Coldwell, Wilcox & Co. 
Gillespie, Rev. D. D., residence. 
Greaves, Jos. & Son. 
Greaves, Herbert, residence. 
Harcourt, Eli, residence. 
Lockwood, E. T., residence. 



207 



M. J, DRUMMOND, 




)1,F. SALES AGENT FOR 



BUILDERS' IRON FOUNDRY 



"Globe" Special Castings 



OF^RICE 



CoRBiN Building. 



192 Broadway. 



NEW YORK, 



THE BERRYMAN 

Patent Feed Water Heater 

AND PURIFIER. 

If you arcusini; a steam boiler and have ex- 
haust sleam there is no safer or better pay- 




ing investment than a Berryman Feed 
Water II eater and Purifier. It heats the feed 



water to the highest possible temperature 
with the exhaust without back pressure. 



It 



sases the steaming capacity of 



boilers ; keeps boilers clean and free from 
scale : saves fuel, labor and boiler repairs. 
Th s is what we point hardest at : Our 
prices are no higher than other heaters ot 
equal sizeand carrying capacity in gallons. 



T( 



fstigate will cost you nothing and 



iiey in your purse 



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ESTABLISHED 1851. 



CHARLES CRASKE. 
Elecirotyper and Stereotyper, 

21 Sc 23 ROSE STREET. 

NOiAi YORK. 



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Given to Fine Work. Engravers' Metal Plates Furnished. 
Blocking on Wood and Solid Bodies. Originals Carefully 
Handled. Embossing and Bookbinding Plates. 



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(The Oritiiuators of Striflly (ioiiuinc Stool Roofing.) 
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Milliard, S. N., residence. 

Stillwell.Win. 

Whitney, O. B.. residence. 

MASSENA SPRINGS. 
Balch, F. 
Berkley House. 
Cline.J. E , residence. 
Hatfield Bros., hotel. 
Smith, Paul. 
Warren, H., residence. 

MATTEAWAN. 
Brett, A., residence. 
Caldwell, S. A. 
Caldwell, S. I., 
Green, Francis, residence. 
Greene, F. B., residence. 
Jackson, W., carriage store. 
Myers, Mrs. Mary. 
N. D. & C. R. R. Co., supt's office. 
Presbyterian Church. 
Parett, A. S. 
Rushmore, Thos. L. 
Shaw, Dr. E. J. 

St. Joachims Church and School. 
Teil, Dr., residence. 
Union Free School. 

MATTSVILLE. 

Clark, E. H., store. 

MECHANICVILIiE. 

Mechanicville Valve Works. 
Terrey, S. T. 
Tilly, Finn & Co. 

MELROSE. 
Schmidt, H., residence. 
Wagner Palace Car Sheds. 

MERRIFIE1,D. 
Mosher, S. 

MIDDLETOWN. 
Academy Ave School. 
Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co. 
Baldwin, Chas. 
Boak, A. v., residence. 
Board of Education. 
Brink, Chas. H. 
Carson, Luckey & Towner. 
Childrens' Home. 
Cochran, Rev. John. 
Corwin, Jno. E. 
Crawford, C. E. , store. 
Cummings, Ira. 
DeGraw, J. C, residence. 
Dill, H. B., residence. 
First Presbyterian Parsonage. 
Gordon, B. F., residence. 
Gunther, Jacob, hotel. 
Hanford, C. D., residence. 
Hayes, U. T,, residence. 
Hinchman, Joseph, residence. 
Insane Asylum. 
Iseman, John E. & Son. 
Ketcham, C. C. V., residence. 



King, T. J., store. 

Madden, E. M., residence. 

Madison House. 

Middletown Savings Bank. 

Middletown Asylum. 

Middletown Post Office. 

Mills, T.A., residence. 

Mills, Dr, Theo. D., residence. 

Millspaugh, Wm. & Son. 

Orange County Foundry Company. 

Purvis, S. S., residence. 

Russell House. 

Royce, W. B., residence. 

Sliter, R. G., residence. 

Stien, L. , store and residence. 

Swalm, Geo. A. 

Talcott, Dr. S. H. 

The Ma.xwell-Hinchman Company. 

Vail, Hon. N. W. 

Van Duzer, E, W., residence. 

Wheeler, Madden & Clemson, Mfg. Cc 

Worcester, Chas, W. 

MIDDI.EVIi:.I.E. 
Cole, N. S., store. 
Nelson & Lansing, office. 
Richie, Henry, store. 
Thomas, Frank, residence. 

MltTON. 

Ball, John G. 
Clark, J. V. 

MONROE. 

Brewster, H. S. 

Brooks, W. G., residence. 

Conklin, Geo. R., residence. 

Fitzgerald, Chas. 

Gregory, John S., residence and store. 

Mapes Charles, residence. 

Mapes, Henry, residence. 

Reed, N., residence and store. 

Smith, G. T., residence. 

Smith, I. D., residence and store. 

Tannery, \. B., residence. 

MONTGOMERY. 
Condit, Dr. 
Elliott, Dr. R. 
Palace Hotel. 
Senior, W. H. 

MONTICEL.I.O. 

Mansion House. 

MORRISANIA. 
Nolan, Rev. M. A. 

MT. CARMEI,. 
Robertson, Geo. 

MT. LOREITA. 
Drumgoole, Rev. J. C. 

MT. ST. VINCENT. 
Mt. St. Vincent Academy. 

MT. A'ERNON. 
Anderson, W. S. 
Archer, William. 
Bartells, Wm. 



Burr, Davis & Son. 

Chivvis, A. 

Close, Dr. L. S. 

Conklin, W. H. 

Davidson & Archer, 

Davison, John. 

Davis, Burr. 

Davis, F. T. 

Denman, William. 

Downing, Henry W. 

Drake. R. V. 

Durham, C. W. 

Fisher & Bogart. 

Fiske Heating and Plumbing Co. 

Fiske, Samuel. 

Frill & Hand. 

Furber, Jesse & Co. 

Furgeson, G. D. & Co. 

Gill, Dr. Geo. 

Hart, W. 

Hatch, Moses. 

Henneberger, H. 

Higgins Bros. 

Hummell, J. H. 

Jenkins, James H. 

Johnston, S. T. 

Magee, Peter. 

Mager, Joseph Jr. 

McCartin, A. J. 

Murphy, Winfield & Lucas. 

Murphy, John H. 

N. Y. Infant Asylum. 

Patterson, Geo. 

School No. 5. 

Smith, H. C. 

Starr, Dr. F. J. 

Swart, S. A., residence. 

Tier, Chas. A, 

Underbill, H. M. 

Weiman, Jacob. 

NAPANOCH. 

DuBois, Gilbert. 

Pillsbury, M. M., residence. 

NEWARK. 
Cronise, J. S. 
Garlock, Frank. 
N. Y. State Custodial Asylum. 
Sleight, P. R. 
Vary, C. P. H. 

NEW BERLIN. 
Bradley, J. S. 

NEW BRIGHTON. 
New Brighton Building Co. 
Prentice. A. 
Public School No. 3, 
Whitman, Clarence. 

NEWBCRGH. 
Academy of Music. 
Andrews, J. P., residence. 
Bell, David, residence. 
BemuUard, A. B. E. 
Bigler, J., residence. 



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References. 



Brown, W. C, residence. 

Caldwell, W. J., residence. 

Cameron, W. F. , residence. 

Chadwick, Joseph, residence. 

Childrens' Home. 

Coldwell, Wilco.-c & Co. 

Columbia Skating Rink. 

CoUis, M. L., residence. 

Cornell, Geo. T. 

Covert, C. J., residence. 

Cranshaw, S., residence. 

" Daily Journal," office. 

" Daily News," office. 

DeGroat, Peter. 

Dumphey, J. G., News Building. 

Flannery, John. 

Fowler, Mess. E., residence. 

Greaves, Joseph, residence. 

Harrison, James, residence. 

Harrison, J. J. E., store. 

Harrison, William, residence. 

Havemeyer, A. H. 

Higginson, H. C, office. 

Johnston, B. K., hotel. 

Kelley, Wm. H. 

Linch, Francis. 

Lyon, Wm. H., residence. 

Marshall, W. J., residence. 

Marvell, T. S., & Co. 

McCabe, Mrs., residence. 

McDonald, Patrick, residence. 

Merritt, Theodore, store and residence. 

Miller, Miss Mary, residence. 

Monell, G. L., residence. 

Moscow, Chas. E., residence. 

Nevvburgh Savings Bank. 

Nugent, Patrick, residence. 

Olympic Skating Rink. 

Perkins, F. W., residence. 

Perkins, G. C, residence. 

Perkins, Friend, residence. 

Pierce, Mrs. E., residence 

Police Headquarters. 

Post Office. 

Quade, John, flats. 

Riley, Patrick. 

Ross, G. H., residence. 

Schaeffer, F. J. N , residence. 

Schaeffer's Flats. 

Scuff, T. W. 

Sloat, J. L., residence. 

Smith, A. C. & Co. 

Sneed, Joseph, residence. 

St. Patrick's Church. 

St. Patrick's Institute. 

Stewart & Sager. 

Stewart, Lachlan, residence. 

Sunsbury News Co., store. 

Sweet, Joseph A. residence. 

Vail, Walter. 

Walsh, E. A. 



West Shore R. R. Depot. 
Wiggins, Dr. 

Wilco.x, G. R. M., residence. 
Wilkinson, John G., store. 

NEW ROCHELI.K. 
Aspinwall, Geo. H . 
Banks, G. W. 
Barrett, H. T. 
District School No. i. 
Embury, A. L. 
Fueler, H. F. 
Hallweg, J. 
Howe, G. W. 
Jenkins, F. 
Lafevre, Capt. J. 
O'Kelly, P. J. 
Stevans, B. 
Vulte, N. T. 

NEAV LOTS. 
Fulton Ave. School. 
Henry Ave. School. 

NEWTON. 
Thompson iS: Son. 

NEW YORK MIILS. 
Walcott, D. W., residence. 

NIAGARA FAtLS. 
Bank of Niagara. 
Gaskell, C. B. 
Gazette Block. 
Hotel KaUenbach. 
N. Y. C. R. R. Depot. 
Orpheus Park Theatre. 
Spencer House. 
The Atlantique. 
The Porter Building. 

NORTH BLOOMFIEI-n. 

Davis, W. P. 

Fairchild, C. H. 

Martin, A. D. 

North Bloomfield Foundry and Machine Tool 

Works, office. 
Universalist Church. 
Wigg'ns, C. P. 

NORTH LANSING. 
Wilco.x, William. 

NORTHPORT. 
Cahill, Jesse. 

NORTH TARKYTOWN. 
Cowe, J. 

NORTHVILLE. 

Brown, G, N., residence and store. 
Hubbell, Ray, residence and store. 
Icheul House. 
Palmer, Allen A. 
Winnies Hotel. 

NORWICH. 
Harkness, Robt., residence. 
Merritt, Chas. H., residence. 
NORWOOD. 
Abbott, Rev. H. C, residence. 
Ducolin, S., residence. 
Nightingale, C. C, residence. 



NYACK. 

Ackerman, David, residence. 

Ackerman, V., store. 

Bannister, W. H. 

Barganannath, H. 

Blauvelt, W. E. 

Bliven, A., residence. 

Brinkerhoff, A. 

Brush, B. M. 

Datchman, Julius. 

Davison, John, residence 

Ernst & Bro. 

Feltor, John M., residence. 

Kessler, Henry, residence. 

Laichdell Villa. 

Leadly, James, residence. 

Maynard, Dr. 

Meeker, Chas. H., residence. 

Morrell, G. T., residence. 

Morrow, G. W., residence. 

Murray, Andrew. 

Nyack School. 

Oatman, Dr. E. L. 

Ondesdauk, W. F. , residence. 

Partridge, J. E., residence. 

Porter, P. J., residence. 

Radford, Mrs. M., residence. 

Rockland College. 

Tallman, Francis J. M. 

Voorhis, Wm., residence. 

OAKDALE. 

Butting, W. Bayard. 

OGDENSBURGH. 

City Hall. 

City Hospital. 

Deane, H. C, residence. 

Fitzgerald, Capt. Richard, residence. 
Judson, J., residence. 

Kellogg, Geo., residence. 

Lavier, Chas. 

Lavier, Thos. H. 

New Opera House. 

Newell, Hon. E. A., Mayor, residence. 

Proctor, W. F.. residence. 

St. Mary's Cathedral. 

St. Mary's Rectory. 

Wadhanis, Rev. Bishop, residence. 

Wilson, J. N., residence. 

OLEAN. 
Simpson, W. H. 

ONEIDA. 
Franklin Iron Works. 
Hotel Brunswick. 
Oneida Community. 
Reynolds, H. 
Reynolds, H. W. & Co. 
Tuttle, J. F. 
Warner, J. M. 

ONEONTA. 
Brown, W. L. 
Eppo, O. 



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Arches, Railings, Stoops, Doors, 

Vaults, Anchors, 

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Balconies, Rolling Shutters. 



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Repbrences. 



Jennings & Bixby. 
Mattesons, S. S. , residence. 
Moody & Gould Co. 

O RIB NT. 
Hallett, G. M. & Son. 

OSWEGO. 
Arcada Building. 
Austin, E W., store. 
Becksteads, Chas., residence. 
Brown, O. H., residence. 
City Hall. 
City Savings Bank. 
Coude, L., residence. 
Crandall, Mrs. Chas., residence. 
Crawford & Donovan. 
Cussack, Woods & Hennessy. 
Custom House. 
D. L. & W. R. R. Depot. 
Dowale, Hon. John, residence. 
First National Bank. 
Gray, Neil, residence. 
Hayes, Dennis, residence 
Home Comfort Hotel. 
Hughes, Rev. M. J., residence 
Johnson, Samuel, residence. 
Johnsons, Ed., residence. 
Judsons, D., residence. 
Kaspinski Dye Works. 
Keep Bros. 
Kellogg, E. P. 

Kinsford, Thomson, residence. 
Linnanion, John, residence. 
Macfarland, D. residence. 
Macfarland, J. D. 
Narrish Bakery. 
Neal, M. P., residence. 
O'Keefe, T. E., store. 
Oswego City Poor House. 
Oswego City Hospital. 
Oswego Orphan Asylum. 
Oswego Starch Factory. 
Oswego Shade Cloth Factory office. 
R. W. & Q. R. R. Co., Depot. 

Richardson, Hon. Ma.x, residence. 
Second National Bank. 

Shead, C. G. & Co. 

State Armory. 

Sullivan, John C, residence. 
OTISVU-LE. 

Dodge, A. 

Reed, Henry, residence. 

Smith, G., residence. 

OWASCO LAKE. 

Thompson, Geo., residence. 
OWEGO. 

Atwaga House. 

Brant, H. R. 

County Jail. 

Davis, B. J. 

Direlle, J. C, residence. 

D. S. & W. R. R. Depot. 



Goodrich, Mrs. G. B., residence. 

Hubbard & King. 

King & Co. 

Maloney, P. 

Owego Iron Works. 

Phelps, Dr. E. B. 

Renwick, W. C, residence. 

Sheriff's Office. 

Stairs, Chatfield & Co. 

Starebrough, J. B. 

Thompson, C. A., residence. 

OXFORD. 
Bull, Chas. R. 
Bull, Chas. I. 

PALANTINE BRIDGE. 

Taylor, J. D., residence. 
Wagner, Hon. Webster, residence. 
P.\I,MTR.\. 

Power's Hotel. 

PAINTED POST. 

Bronson, F. E. 
Bronson, G. A., block. 
Bronson. W. C, bank. 
Campbell, Mrs. E., residence. 
Weston Engine Co. 

PAKI.SH. 
Parish Mfg Co. 

PEEKSKILI.. 
Andreson, Homer. 
Armstrong, A. L. 
Armstrong, H. L. 
Convent of Our Lady of Angels. 
Franciscan Convent. 
Hammond, C. E. 
Hartin & Mabie. 
Mason, Dr. Chas 
R. C. Orphan Asylum. 
St. Paul M. E. Church. 
Wessells, W. F. 

PE>-N TAX. 
Baldwin, M. L, 
Catholic School. 
Dwelle, E. C. 
First National Bank. 
Fox, W. H. 
Hamlin, L. O. 
HoUowell, W. D. 
HoUowell & Wise. 
Hughes, C. J. 
Knapp House. 
Knapp, O. C. 
Lapham, G. H. 
Lown, J. H. 

Ogden, Hon. D. A., residence. 
Quick, Wixon & Co. 
Sheppard, Morris F. 
Wheeler, F. F. 
Wise, W. N. 
Yates County Surrogate's Office. 

FERKASIC. 
Hendrick, ]. A. 



PERRY. 

Broughton, John M. 
Olin, M. H. 
Walkes, D. S. 

PHELPS. 
Beardsley, E. 
Cobb, R. R., residence. 

PHILMONT. 
Philmont Paper Co. 

PIFFARD. 
Royal Salt Co. 

PINE RUSH. 
Wallace, J. H. 

PINE ISLAND. 
Orange Farm. 

PINE PLAINS. 
Eno, W. S. 
Keller, G. M. 
Knickerbocker. H. B. 
Mattice, Rev. A. 
Pizie, Benj. J. 
Seymour, Smith Institute. 

PLATTSBURGH. 
Arcada Restaurant. 
Barbes, C. E. 
Bluff Point Hotel. 
Bowen, Hon. S. P. 
Browne's Restaurant. 
Casanaugh. Joseph. 
Clinton County Poor House. 
Costello, Thos. 
County Clerk's Office. 
D. H. R. R. Depot. 
Edwards, C. E. W. 
Fauquet House. 
First National Bank. 
Hartwell. W. W. 
Hayes, L. W. 
Kellogg, Hon S. A. 
Louis & Demert. 
Meyer's Restaurant. 
Mooers, W. B. & Co. 
Myers, H. P. & Co. 
McHattill, A. 
New Court House. 
Normal School. 

St. Johns Roman Catholic Church. 
Thomas, A. 
Trinity Church. 
Vilas, S. T., House. 
Weaver, A. M. 
Weaver, John. 
Weaver, T. M. 
Webb, Geo. N. 
Weed, Hon. S. M. 
Wickerall House. 
Wieaslow, E. S. 

PLEASANT V.\LLET. 

Lasher. Frank P. 

PLEASAXTVrLLE. 

Hall, C. W. 



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References. 



POPLAR RIDGl!:. 

Haines, Seaman \V., residence. 
Hazard, J. W., residence. 
Hazard, Wm. R., residence. 
Meader, Wra. C, residence. 
Mosher, Sidney, residence. 

POKT BTKON. 
Howard Hotel. 

PORT CHESTER. 
Clark. Mr. 
Curtis, E. & Co. 
Kelley, W. E. 
Lambet, C. S. 
Lambert, Robert. 
Madden, M. H. 
McCarthy, John. 
Osborn, F. M. 
Pond, West A: Simmons. 
Sloan. M. 
Wesley, E. B. 

POKT HKNRY. 

Breadner, J. T. 
Hathaway, W. C. 
McRay, Joseph. 
Sherman, G. R. 
Witherbee, F. F. 
Witherbee, Mrs T. L. 

PORT JEBVI.S. 

Banks, W. C. 
Bolton, Jas. 
Boyed, C. C. 
Conrad, W. 
Cuddeback, Dr. W. L. 
Cuff, -Andrew. 
Decker, James. 
Delaware House. 
Farnum Building. 
Farnum, E. P. 
Farnum. P. E. 
Fowler, E. G. 
Frautey, J. D. 
Gray, T. ]., residence. 
Heller, M. V. 
Ketcham, L. B. 
Lyons, J. W. 
Maloen, Gordon & Co. 
Malvin, Gordon & Co. 

Monahan's Hotel. 

Margot, A. C. 

McGuire, Tbos. 

Mills, J.J. 

Mountain House School. 

Riverside School. 

Sharp, Thos., residence. 

Slade, Aaron. 

Sparrowbush School. 

Stanton, Geo. 

Stewart, D. T. 

St. John, Chas. J. 

Swinton, Shimer & Co. 

Throp, Jerry B. 



PORT RICHMONI>. 

Sloan, W. A. 
Toggin, F. J. 
Wood, Ambrose, residence. 

POTSDAM. 
Academy of Music. 
.Albion Hotel. 
Bailey, D. A. B. & Co. 
Sisson, G. W., residence. 
State Normal School. 
Town Hall. 

POOGHKEE PSIE. 

Adriance, Piatt & Co. 

Alms House. 

Atwater. Dr. 

Baptist Church of Christ. 

Brinkerhoff, T. Van Wyck. 

Caire, .Adam. 

Dates, Chas. 

Dinsmore, W. B. 

Doherty, P. C. 

Dutchess County Mutual Ins. Building. 

Eastman's College. 

Hammond, C. E. 

Heath, J. Parker. 

Hudson River State .Asylum. 

Hudson River State Hospital. 

Lane Bros. 

Lasher, W. P. 

Morgan House. 

Nelson House. 

Old Ladies' Home 

Peckham. Mrs. 

Post Office. 

Poughkeepsie Savings Bank. 

Reynolds, Capt. M. 

Ritter, W. H. 

Schwartz, M. 

Shaw, Dr. John. 

Smith, W. W. 

Spross, Elias. 

Taggert, R. W. 

Thompson, James. 

Trowbridge & Adriance. 

Tripp, S. V. 

Tasher, W. P. 

Tuthill, Dr. R. K. 

Van Wagner, Peter. 

Vassar Home for Aged Men. 

Wells & Zimmerman. 

Qt'OGSE. 
Howell, B. H., residence. 

KAMAPO. 
Easton, W. C. 
Ramapo Iron Works. 
Snow, Fred. M. 

RHI>-EBECK. 

Miller, Geo. N., M.D„ residence. 
M. E. Church. 
Sherwood, Phil., residence. 
Suckley, R. B., residence. 
Suckley, Thos,. residence. 



RICHFORB. 

Finch, C. W. 

RICHMOND HILI.. 

Forbes, Dr. W. H., residence. 
RIDGEFIEED. 
Wilson. C. B. 

KIYEB-HEAD. 

Griffing, T. H. 
Newins, J. H. 
Vail, David F. 
Vail, Geo. 

ROCHESTER. 
Abendroth & Root Mfg. Co. 
Adler Bros. 
Allen, W. , residence. 
Ailing & Cory, store. 
Archer, Geo, W., building. * 
Barr & Creelman. 
Bartholomay Block. 
Bartholomy Park Hotel. 
Birdsall, C , residence. 
Bishop Building. 
Bracket House. 
Brewster, Gordon & Co. 
Briggs, J. E. , residence. 
Bucke, C. J., residence. 
Buell, G. C. & Co. 
Buff., Roch., & Pitts. R. R. Depot. 
Cauffman, Jos. 
City Hall. 
City Hospital. 
Chase, E. B., residence. 
Clark, B. H., residence. 
Conklin, Henry R. 
Corinthian Academy of Music 
Corning Building. 
Cook, E. H. & Co.. 
Grossman, Bros. 

Cumpeaugh, E. O, & Sons, store. 
Cunningham, Chas, E., residence. 
Cunningham. J., Son & Co. 
Cunningham, J. 
Danforth, Judge. 
Davis, W. P. 
Deaf Mute .Asylum. 
Dickson, Allen. 
Duffy, Bussey & Wile. 
Dumond, F. A: Son. 
Dwyer, Rufus K. 
Eastman Dry Plate Co. 
Eastwood Estate. 
First Baptist Church. 
Fitzsimmons, Chas. 
Fitzsimmons, Burke, Hone & Co. 
Ford, Thomas W. 
Gaeeham, John E. 
Garson, Myers & Co. 
Gillis, J. W. 
Gorsline, Wm. H. 
Graves, L. S. & Son. 
Hapnean. C. B. 



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Reperences. 



Harrison, Jas. M. 

Hastings, Chas. S. 

Hayden & Havens Co. 

Hennegan, George. 

Hennion, Dr. J. B., residence. 

Hobbie, Mrs. A. C, residence. 

Hollister Bros. 

Howe & Bassett. 

Johns, Geo. W., store. 

Jones, Dr. Jonas. 

Kelly, W. Foster, arch. 

King, W. W., residence. 

Lamberton's Commercial Building. 

Levi, Nathan. 

Lines Bros. 

Loss, L. M. 

Madden & Sullivan. 

Manderville, Dr. F. A., residence. 

Manderv, L., office, 

McFarlin, M. F. & Son. 

McGuire, Horace. 

McQuade, Rt. Rev. B. J. 

Mensing & Stecher. 

Mechanics' Savings Bank. 

Merriman, C. C. 

Michaels, Stern & Co. 

Monroe County Court House. 

Moore, John C. 

Morey, John E., Jr. 

Nation Hotel. 

Nazareth Convent. 

New Osborne House. 

Nott Hotel. 

Noyes, Col. 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Round House. 

Osborn House Block. 

O'Kane, John, residence. 

Osborne, E. W , residence. 

Phelan, J., factory. 

Pitkins, Peter, building. 

Powers, D. W., Commercial Building. 

Powers, D. W., residence. 

P. & R. R. car shops. 

P & R. R. R., round house. 

Rebaz, Wm. N. 

Reynolds' Arcade. 

Rice Bros. 

Ridley, B. F. , arci, 

Roby, S. B., & Co. 

Roberts, Owen N., residence. 

Rochester Free Academy, 

Rochester Brewing Co., office, 

Rochester A.xle Works. 

Rochester Savings Bank. 

Rochester Paper Co. 

Sanford, D. J. E. 

Sagar, Joseph. 

Shaffer, Edward. 

Selden, L. E. block. 

Sha.klin, Mrs. J. R. 

Shipman Engine Co. 

Shipman, A. H. 



Sibley, Hiram & Co, 

Sibley, Lindsey & Curr. 

Sloan, Samuel, residence. 

Sloan, Sa.Buel, store. 

Smith, John A. 

Smith, J. Morean. 

Smith, John. 

St. Joseph's Asylum. 

St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum. 

St. Mary's Hospital. 

Talvey, John & Co. 

Tichnor Building. 

Trotter, Chas. W. 

Union Bank of Rochester. 

Valtz, C. H. 

Vredenburgh, E. H., residence. 

Vogts, A., building. 

Walker, F. R. 

Walbridge, S. D. 

Warner, Dr. H. H., building. 

Warner, Dr. H. H., residence. 

Warner Observatory. 

Warren, E. H. building. 

Washington Skating Rink. 

Western House of Refuge. 

Wheelock, Dr. J. F. 

Woodbury, E. F., building. 

Wright, Alfred N., factory. 

Wright, Alfred N. residence. 

Williamson & Higbie, building. 

Whitcombe House. 

Wilder Block. 

Y. M. C. A. Building. 

ROCKVILLE CENTKB. 

Athenaeum Hall. 
Engels, F, W. 
Hawkins, W. H. 

BOMB. 
Armstrong, Wheeler. 
Bissell, J. C. 
Caswell, H. A. 

Central N. Y. Institute for Deaf and Dumb. 
Central National Bank. 
Commercial Hotel. 
County House. 
Ely, John D., & Co. 
Glassman, Howes, block. 
Jackson, Chas. H. 
Maxweel & Mowry. 
M. E. Church. 
Orton, A. W. 
Prince, D. B. Store. 
Rome Opera House. 
Russ, Geo. P. 
Salspaugh & Armstrong. 
Sink Opera House. 
Spencer & White, store. 
Washington Street Opera House. 
Wiggins, J. B., store. 

RONDOUT. 

Addis, David D., residence. 
Boise, Peter, residence. 



Broadhead, A. W., residence. 

Button, F. 

Canfield, P. A., residence. 

Canfield, P. A., Jr., residence. 

Connelly, Carey S., residence. 

Connelly, Hon. H. C, residence. 

Cornell, Hon, Thos. 

Cornell Steamboat Co., office. 

Crosby, A. A. 

Crosby, M. C, residence. 

De DaVergne, L V. 

Dubois, Remsen B., residence. 

Edmonds, C. L. 

Ernest, Frank, residence. 

Gibson, Samuel D., residence. 

Griffith, F. H., residence. 

Gurnee, P. J., 

Halloran, John F. 

Hasbrouck, Conrad. 

Hasbrouck, Guilford, residence. 

Hickey, T. J. 

Hoffman, Jacob, Brewing Company, office. 

Houston Electric Company. 

Huhne, Dr. Aug., residence. 

Hudson River Furniture Stores. 

Johnstons, W. G., residence. 

Kennedy, David D., residence. 

Lindsley, Hon. James G. 

Main, Robert, residence. 

Mayes, J. H. 

Mantusterk, A. 

McEntee & Dillon. 

McMullen, Andrew, residence. 

North, L M. 

Pratt, Geo. W., residence. 

Rodee, James, residence. 

Schoonmaker, P. E. 

Sleight, Mrs. L M. 

Standard Oil Co. , office. 

Shrobes, John H., residence. 

Standard Oil Company, office. 

Staples, A. S., residence. 

Thompson, Houston Electric Co, 

Tompkins, Edward. 

Tomkins, R. F., residence. 

Townsend, R. G., residence. 

Turck, Wm. L 

Van Buren, A, P., residence. 

Van Deusen, James L. 

Van Keuren, Jas. G. 

Weiber, H. E. 

KOSENDALE. 
Schoonmaker, Dr. J., residence. 
Schoonmaker, S., M.D., residence. 
Veeder, Mr., store and residence. 

KOSETON. 
Java, J. J. 

SACKETT'S HARBOR. 

Day, Lewis W. 
Knowlton, C. E. 

SAG HARBOR. 

Fahey Watch Case Co. 



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Reperences. 



SANDY HII,!., 

Court House. 

SAKANAC I.AKE. 

Hague, Pelham, 
Saranac Lake Hotel Co. 

SARATOGA SPRINGS. 

Academic School Building. 

Adirondack R. R., office, 

Aerisworth, Geo. W., residence. 

Ainsworth, W. W,, residence. 

Allen, Rev. Perry S., residence. 

American Hotel. 

Arcade Building, 

Avery, Geo. H,, residence. 

Babcock, Dr. M. N., residence. 

Baker & Shevlin. 

Bockes, Wm. Hay, residence. 

Bracket, E. F., residence. 

Bronson, W. C, residence. 

Brown, J. R., residence. 

Brown, W, E. 

Brumer, B., store. 

Cameron, Mrs. J. E., residence. 

Clement & Cox. 

Colcord, J. M., residence. 

Comstock, G. W., residence. 

Congress Hall. 

Cooper, Mrs., residence. 

Corckey, John F., residence. 

Crawford, F., residence. 

Crippon, G. M., residence. 

Cushing, Albert, residence. 

Darrow, F. E., residence. 

Darrow, W. F., residence. 

Davison, Mrs. John B., residence. 

Day, Oscar A., residence. 

Douglass, Thos., residence, 

Driewer, J. 

Episcopal Church. 

Farnham, Geo. A, 

Ferguson, Robert G. 

First National Bank. 

Fitzpatrick, Wm. J., residence. 

Fuller, J. A., residence. 

Fuller, Mrs. Joseph, residence. 

Fuller, S. W., residence.' 

Gibbs, James R., residence. 

Gibbs, W. H. 

Gillis, George H., residence 

Gilson, J. P., residence. 

Goldsmith, B. J. 

Grammar School No. 4, 

Grant, Dr. C. S., residence, 

Guiltman, Michael, residence, 

Hamilton, Hon. T. F., residence. 

Hansom, H. B., residence 

Harrison, H. B. 

Hart, H. H. 

Hathorn, Hon. H, H., 'esidence 

Herslip, Jos. 

High School. 

Hilton, Hon. Henry residence. 



Hotel Todd. 

Holmes, Morris H., residence. 

Ingleam, William, residence. 

Jennings, Mrs, M. J., residence. 

Jones, E. N., (Supt. of Schools.) 

Kearney, Hon. Edward, residence. 

Kenmore Hotel. 

Kirkpatrick, D. E., residence. 

Knapp, A. P. 

Lee, Jas., residence, 

Lester Bros. 

Lester, Hon. C. S. , residence. 

Lockwood, Mrs. A. A., residence. 

Lockvvood Wm. H,, residence. 

Mallory, T. F., residence. 

Mariarte,Dr. D. C, office, 

McEwen, Dr. R. C, residence. 

McNaies. A. R., residence. 

McPherson & Meehan. 

McRea, W, S., residence. 

Monroe, Dr., residence. 

Mott, Mrs. Laura, residence. 

Noonan, D, H., hotel. 

Nunnick, Jas., residence. 

Olmsted, Geo., residence. 

Patrick, Mrs. C. E., residence. 

Patrick, Mrs. J., residence. 

Pearsall, Dr. A. J., residence. 

Phelps, M. B , residence. 

Phillips, Charles. 

Pond Alurbert, office. 

Powers & Smith. 

Quickpatrick, John, residence. 

Rainsdie, J. M. 

Rich, A. E., office. 

Richard, S. A., residence. 

Robertson, Andrew, residence. 

Roods, Miss E. A., residence. 

Salway Process Co. 

Scovill, J. P., residence. 

Schacklefind, G. R. P. 

Seavey & Gardiner. 

Smith, J. H. 

Stiles, E. 

Stiles, Jesse, residence. 

Strong, Dr., residence. 

Sweeney, J. F., hotel. 

Temple Grove Seminary. 

Terwi.Iiger, S. F. , residence. 

Thomas, C. B., residence. 

Thomas, W. H., residence. 

Toeon, B. J., residence. 

Totten, T. J., residence. 

Town Hall, 

Travers, Mrs. W. R., residence. 

Trim & Douglass. 

Trim & Tarrant. 

Valentine & Morris, store. 

Valentine, Thos. B., residence. 

Vilaxey, Hon. Edward, residence. 

Wakefield, J. L, residence. 

Warden Hotel. 



Warden, W. N. 

Waterbury, E. R., residence. 

Waterbury, W. R.. residence. 

Weeles, Robert, residence. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 

White, F. A., residence. 

Wind or Hotel, 

Wing, D. E., residence. 

Yeungling, D. G. Jr., residence. 

SAUGERTIES. 

Boer, N. C, residence and factory. 

Bogardus, Howard, residence. 

Davis Block. 

Davis, J. W. 

District School No. 10. 

Etting, G. W., residence. 

Kemble, J. H., residence. 

Lamb, Daniel. 

Lasher, Alfred, residence. 

Lasher, John E., residence. 

Low, J. M. 

Loerzel, Fran. 

Maiden Methodist Parsonage. 

Meyer, Andrew D., residence. 

Montross, S., residence. 

Porter, Wellington, residence. 

Ryan, Edward, residence. 

Searing. S. J. 

Sheffield, J. B. & Son. 

Spellman, Thos., residence. 

Vannetton, Uriah. 

Washburn, Richard, residence. 

Ziegler Bros. 

SCHAGHTICOKE. 
Quackenbush, A., residence. 

Re.xford, A. W. 

SCHENECTADY. 
Allen & Williams. 
Atwell, F. J., residence. 

Barney, H. S. 

Carmichael, B. F. 

Case, Levi & Co. 

Chapel of First Presbyterian Church. 

Clute, H.J. 

Clute, J. W., residence. 

Dillenbeck, A., residence and store. 

Ellis, C. G. 

Ellis, Edward. 

Fuller, R., residence. 

Hanford, G. T., residence. 

Hardin, J. T. 

Henke, August, residence. 

Heilbronner, H., residence. 

Locomotive Works. 

McClyman, Wm. 

Potter, Hon. Piatt, residence. 

Powers, A. M., residence. 

Schenectady Knitting Mills. 

Schemeihorn, E, N., residence 

Stevenson Bros. 

Susholz, S., residence. 

Swits, Dr. H., residence. 



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From the American Alodel Printer ^ New York. 
Mr. Haight ranks at the top round of the ladder of American printerdom. 



From tfte Jnland Printer^ Chicaj^o. 
In unique and artistic design, absolute perfection of execution, and har- 
monious blending of colors, no establishment in this country surpasses, and 
few equal its productions. 



From the Typographic Advertiser^ Philadelphia. 

The handiwork of a true typographical artist, whom we take to be Mr. A 
V. Haight No printing office in the land turns out better work. 



From the Printers' Cabinet^ Chicago. 

We can only reiterate what we have before said in these columns in 
regard to Mr. Haight, and it can be summed up by saying that he is one of 
the comparatively few /w/wrd/ artists among the craft in our country, and 
any job coming from his own hands may be set down as nearly perfect in 
style and execution as can be reached. 



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From the Paper and Printing Trades Journal^ London^ England. 
Mr. Haight keeps up his reputation as the most versatile of American 
artistic typographers, and like a true artist is constantly endeavoring to 
improve on all previous efforts ; his thorough knowledge of the chromatic 
scale is shewn equally in neat combinations of quiet tints and in bold, hand- 
some effects with two or three strongly contrasting colours; while his 
mastery of every detail of execution is simply wonderful ; his strong in- 
dividuality marks every specimen from his hand so distinctly as scarcely 
to need the evidence of the imprint to decide its paternity. 



We scarcely know which to admire most— the cultivated taste shewn in 
the artistic and well balanced design, the bright and happy arrangement 
of the wonderfully clear tints, the exact finish of details, the "dead" 
register, or the beautiful presswork : as a specimen of ornamental chromo- 
typograpby is simply marvelous.— /i/. 



We have often said of Mr. Haight's work " this is his best yet : he won't 
be able to beat that /—but as often as not the next fine specimen shews us 
that we were wrong.— /t/. 

Mr. Haight's skill as an original designer of artistic colour work is too 
well known \m need comment; frequently we have said "this is the best- 
he won't beat it! " but the next specimen shews that his inventive faculty 
knows no rest.- /</. 



From tlie London Press News. 
We have heard Mr. Haight described as the "Boss" Printer of the United 
States. His work is certainly of the finest possible kind, and he himself 
must be an artist of no ordinary pretensions. 



Mr. A. V. Haight, of Poughkeepsie, New York, has sent us a business 
circular announcing the enlargement of premises. The job itself is in 
striking contrast to the many handsome samples of intricate composition 
and brilliant press work that we have hitherto received from this versatile 
and artistic typographer. This specimen is a rare sample of chaste and 
delicate printing, and as such bears favourable comparison with anything 
we have received.— /i/. 

From the British and Colonial Printer and Stationer^ f^ndon^ England. 

We have recently described and commended some exquisite specimens 
of this printer's typography. It is not excelled by anything produced in the 
States, which is certamly saying a good deal. 



From t/ie Printer's Register y l^ndon^ England. 
Mr. Haight takes advantage of all that is beautiful in the new productions 
of the type founders, and eschews the monstrositiesof some of his American 
confreres of note. 

From Mailing's Circular^ Clieltenham^ England. 
* • • * • To us his work is simply marvelous. 



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References. 



Veddes, Alex,^residence. 
Veeder, G. S,, residence. 
Vroom, J. V. & Sons. 
Westinghouse, George, Jr. 
Westinghouse, Jay. 
Westinghouse, John. 

SCHCTI-EBVII,LE. 

Fanson, R. 
Gow, Dr. 

SENECA LAKE. 
Gould, S. S., residence. 
Hoag, Milton, residence, 
Williard Asylum. 

SENECA FALLS. 

Allen, Dr. D. S. 

Baird, T. B., residence. 

Beckes, N. H., residence. 

Binney, W. W., residence. 

Burt, Mrs. E. E., residence. 

David, B. B., residence. 

Exchange National Bank. 

Gleason & Bailey Mfg. Co. 

Gould, Mrs. Hannah. 

Gould, James H., residence. 

Gould, S. S., residence. 

Goulds Mfg. Co., office. 

Guion, Col. G. M., residence. 

Hale, J. E. 

Harrold, G. W. 

Henion, Mrs. Henry, residence. 

Hoag Opera House. 

Hoag, Milton, residence. 

Lathrop, W. B., residence. 

Maurer, John, residence. 

McDonald, J. H , residence. 

Monroe, S. L. , residence. 

Partridge, Mrs. Leroy C, residence. 

Presbyterian Parsonage. 

Rumsey & Co., office. 

Seymour, Mrs. W. T. 

Silsby, H. S., residence. 

Silsby Mfg. Co., office. 

Stearns, G. R., residence. 

Teller, James, residence. 

Wessell, Bronson A., residence. 

Wessell, C. E., residence. 

SENECA MILLS. 
Russell, C. H. 

SENNETT. 
County Almshouse. 

■SHEEPSHEAD IS.AY. 
McKane, John Y. 

SHERBURN. 

Beebe, Albert. 

Elsbre, Gladine & Co., store. 

SIDNEY CENTRE. 

Beach, F. S. 
Beaks, J. E. 
Brien, F. S, 



SING SING. 

Baker, Mrs. H. J. 

Berlow & Co. 

Birney, Mrs. J. Y. 

Bryant, Wallace G.. residence. 

Foshay, V. Burton, 

Foshay, Wilbur. 

Holbrook, Dr. 

Jenks, Benj. 

Jenks, Julius. 

Lemmy, Robert. 

Lompbenis, S. E. 

Lovvry, Robert, 

M. E. Church. 

Miller, H, D., residence. 

Roller Skating Rink. 

Secor Flats. 

Secor, Mrs. I. R. 

Sherwood, Dr. E. B. 

Sing Sing Prison. 

Townsend, Farny. 

Williamson, Mrs. Geo. 

Young, A. L. 

SKANEATELES. 

Benson, T. O. 
Hall, E. E. 
McManvia, J. A. 
Sballish, Jerry. 
Webb, Mrs. H., residence. 
Willetts, Joseph C, residence. 
SLOATSBURG. 

Allen, Edward. 

SMITHTOTVN BRANCH. 

Fanny, Geo. F. 
Smith, C. D. 

SODOS. 

Rice, A. J. 

SOLSVILLE. 

Lewis, E. 

SOUTHOLD. 
VanDusen, M. P. 

SOUTH TONKERS. 
Gunther, C. P. 

SPARKVILLE. 
Dominician .Sisters. 

SPENCER. 
Seely, A. & Bro. 

SPRING V.4LLEY. 
Van Orden, P. L. 

SPUYTEN IHJYVIL. 
Sisters of Charity, 

STATEN ISLAND. 

Baltimore Flats, Tompkinsville. 

Bechtel, Geo., brewery. 

Bechtel, Geo., residence. 

Building of the Mission of the Imn- 

Virgin, Pleasant Plains. 
Drumgoole, Rev. J. C, Mt. Loreita. 
New Brighton Building Co. 
Public School, No. 3 , New Brighton. 
Whitman, Clarence, New Brighton. 



STAATSBURGH. 

White, W. A. 

STEIN WAT. 

Cassebeer, H. A., residence. 

STILLWATER. 

Newland, R & H. 
Quackenbush, John. 

STONY POINT. 

Wiles, A. M., residence. 

STUYVESANT. 

Blair, J?mes, residence. 

SUFFERN. 

Musser, A. 

SUSPENSION BRIDGE. 

New York Central R. R. Depot. 
Phillips & Co. 

SYRACUSE. 

Arcade Building. 

Barnum, H. C, residence. 

Bates, R. P. 

Beecher, Mr. 

Belden, Mrs. Mead, residence. 

Bishop, R. M., residence. 

Century Club. 

Cline, J. B., residence. 

County Clerk's Building. 

Court House. 

Cox, W. W., residence. 

Crouse, John, residence. 

Crouse, D. E. , residence. 

Curtis & Smith, office. 

Denison, L. S., residence. 

Dueston, Thos. W., residence. 

Dunn, P. J. 

Eagle Hotel. 

Eager, J. W. , residence. 

Friend, George S. 

Garvey & Tobin. 

Gere, W. H. H., residence. 

Globe Hotel. 

Greenway Building. 

Greenway, John Jr., residence. 

Hanchett, Chas. G. 

Hasbrouck, E. P., residence. 

Heir & Aldridge, manufactory. 

House of Providence. 

Howard Furnace Co. 

Joy, Edward. 

Kearney, Wm,, residence. 

Kelsey, W. W. 

Klein, J., store. 

Leahy, M. J. 

Magee, Dr. C. M., residence. 

McClellan, E. B., store. 

McCIure, J. H. 

McClure, R. C. 

Moser, Lucius, residence. 

Morrison, James. 

Pease, J. F., Furnace Company. 

Phoenix Foundry. 

Pierce, Butler & Pierce Mf'g Co. 



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By JOHTlSr H. 



INDEX OF CHAPTERS AND SUBJECTS. 



ITS SCIENCE, PRODUCTION AND APPLI 
CATION TO THE WARMING AND 
VENTILATION OF BUILDINGS. 
Boston., iNIass- 



HAP. I. 

Chap. II. 
Chap. III. 
Chap. IV. 
Chap. V. 
Chap. VI. 
Chap. VII. 
Chap. VIH 



VOLUMH I. 

PAST FIEST.-Combnstion Practically and Scientifically Considered, 

PAOE. 

Heat; Its Nature and Source 11 

Mineral Coal and its Production 39 

Combastion a Chemical Process 20 

Elements employed in Combustion .37 

Separation of the Fuel previous to Combustion 49 

Volatile Constituents of Coal B3 

Character of the Coke, Volume of Air Required 61 

Construction of Furnaces for the Proper Combustion of Fuel ... 93 
lUu^/raleil by 9 Col&jrd Diagrams ami ItfuU-page Tables. 



SECOND.— Solid, Liquid, and Oaseons Fnels, and their Furnaces. 

Chap. IX. Pulverized Coal and other Fine Fuels, Mechanical Stokers, etc. 107 

Petroleum : Its Production and Transportation 121 

Petroleum Oil an Fuel vs. Coal 14.3 

Natural fJas : Transportation and Use 167 

Manufactured and Carburetted (ias 195 

Illustrated hij I lyiaijramf and Ufvllpage Tabtea. 



CllAP. X 

Chap. XI. 
Chap. XII. 
Chap. XIII, 



VOLUMK II. 



FOUKTH.— Radiators, Direct aod Indirect, for Steam and Water Heating. 

PAGE. 

Chap. XVII. The Laws and Phenomena of Heat Applied to Radiators 303 

Chap. XVIII. Various .Materials and Forms as Radiators 315 

Chap. XIX. Cast Iron Radiator Construction 387 

Chap. XX. "Indirect" Radiators— Steam and Hot Water Heat Compared . . 353 

Illustrated by 11 Plates, 4 Colored Diagrams, and 8 Tables. 



FIFTH.— The Warming of Bnildings by Steam and by Water Apparatus. 



XXI 
CllAP.XXIl. 
Chap. XXIII. 
Chap. XXIV. 
Chap. XXV. 



Hot Ail 



d Steam Furnaces 373 

Steam and Water as Heating Mediums 391 

Water Heating Apparatus, Ancient and Modern 409 

Examples of late Water Construction and Operation 4.33 

General Proportions of Water Apparatus 461 

Pipe Lines, Radiators, and Miscellaneous 

Illustrated by S Diagratns, 11 TaHtS. S Plates and Figures. 



SIXTH.— The Ventilation of Bnildings— The Amonnt of Air B«qaii«d. 

Chap. XXVI. .\ir Hygienically and Scientifically Considered 487 

Chap. XXVII. Condition of Public Schoolhouses .507 

Chap. XXVIII. Mcthodsof securing Ventilation.Fluesand Chimneys considered 525 

Chap. XXIX. Mechanical or Power Ventilation— Modern Examples F.47 

Chap. XXX. Examples of Mechanical Ventilation 671-594 

lUuttraled by 8 Plates and Figures, I, Colored Diagrams, and 16 TabUs. 



THIED. -Boilers of Wrought and Cast Metal, 

Chap. XIV. Unsafe Boilers and Steam Generators 213 

Chap. XV. Safety .Sectional and Power Boilers 241 

Chap. XVI. The Mills and other Heaters- Low Pressure Boilers 369-302 

JUuflrated by n Plates, sereral Tables, and Repnrts of Engineers. 

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Salisbury, F. A. 

Samuals & Orr. 

Saving Bank Building. 

Schermerhorn, Jr., J. M., residence. 

Sol way Process Co. 

Stoup, J. R., residence. 

Sweet, W. A., residence. 

Syracuse Screw Co. 

Syracuse Tube Co, 

Vanderbilt House. 

Van Ranke Library. 

Waggoner, F, W. 

Yale, J. W., residence. 

TAPPAN. 

Brinkerhoff, A. 
German Masonic Home. 

Herring, Joh T., residence. 

TARRTTOWN. 

Bird, J. & Son. 

Bishop, C. A. cS: Co. 

Eagan, Father. 

Eastman. T. E. 

Field, Hon. Cyrus W. , residence. 

Fisher, M. A., store. 

Griffen, Henry T., residence. 

Husted, Dr. 

Jones, Eugene. 

Lewis, F. E., residence. 

Lovat, E. T., residence. 

Pierson, Frank R. 

Pierson, Lincoln. 

Reformed Church. 

Rockfeller, W. 

Rockwell, George. 

Roe, L. V. 

Sackett, S. J. 

Sarven, J. D. 

Silver, David, residence. 

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Office. 

Solomon's Lodge Building. 

Tarrytown Station. 

Vanderbilt, Chas. 

Webb, W. H. 

THROGO'S NECK. 

Huntington, C. P. 
Joseph's Institute. 

TICONDEKOGA. 
Bascon, D. C. 

TlVOtl. 

Otis, W. C. 

TOMKI?J'.S COVE. 

Tomkins, C. 

Tomkin's Cove Lime Co. 

Thompson, C. 

TOMKINSVILLE. 

Baltimore Flats. 

Bechtel, Geo., brewery. 

Beehtel, Geo., residence. 

Light House Tender, " Mistletoe." 

Light House Tender, "John Rodgers." 



Light House Tender, "Grace Darling." 
U. S. General Light House Department. 

TONA^'ANDA. 
Sime, Walkenshavv & Co. 
State Bank Building. 

TREMOJJT. 

Farrigan, H. 
Ferguson, Jas. F. 
Hellman, R. 
Jefferson, J. J. 
Lewis, Peter. 
Patterson, E. 
Ryan, I. P. 
Shelden, Samuel. 
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TRIBE HIL,!,. 
Shanahan, Hon. James. 

TROT. 
Barnes, W. H. 
Beade, W. H., residence. 
Berdett Building. 
Bottom & Daly. 
Bowman & Calhoun. 
Brown. Chas. A. 
Browne, Chas. A., residence. 
Burden Iron Co. 
Burden, J. Townsend. 
Burden, J. H. 
Carey. S. T., residence. 
Church, A. M. & Co. 
City Hall. 
Cluet, G. B. 
Consalus, John. 

Cramer, Legrande G., residence. 
Curtey's Hotel. 
Delehanty & Murphy. 
Dun, R. G. & Co., office. 
Electric Mfg. Co. 
Elmor, Mrs. A. E. , residence. 
Ferguson, Wm. 
First National Bank. 
Flynn, John, residence. 
Francis, Hon. y. M. 
Frear, Wm. H., residence. 
Frie, Anthony, residence. 
Fuller & Warren Co. 
Gate, E. Courtland. residence. 
Gates, J. P., residence. 
Gray & Temple. 
Gurley, W. & L. E. 
Hall, B. H. 
Hall's Building. 
Harris & Couples. 
Henderson, J. C, & Co. 
Holland & Thompson Mf'g Co. 
Horton, Capt. G. W. 
Holmes, Henry, residence. 
Howe, John K., residence. 
Kennedy, M. 

Keenan, James, residence. 
Lee, Chamberlin. 
Lee, Ed. 



Loyd, James H., residence. 

Ludlow, H. T., residence. 

Maguire, J. P. 

Mahoney, M. 

Marks, E. 

Marvin, Rev. Uriah, residence. 

McCusker, A., residence. 

McDonald, J. A. & Co., office. 

Morris, Samuel. 

Mulligan, M., residence. 

Mulligan & Schermerhorn. 

Mutual National Bank. 

Nickols, J. H. 

Oakwood Cemetery Offices. 

Orr, Alexander, residence. 

Orrs & Co., factory. 

Packer, George A. 

Paris, Daniel E. 

Peckham, W. M., residence. 

Pine, James, K. P. 

Proudfit, Mrs. E., residence. 

Quinn, W. F. 

Rand, G. S., residence. 

Rand's Opera House. 

Ranken Steamer House. 

Reid, J. A. 

Reide, E. W., 

Saunders, J. S. 

Saxe, Mrs. Ellen, S. 

Saxton, S. B. 

State Armory. 

Stone, Geo. A., residence. 

St. Vincent's Female Orphan Asylur 

Taylor, W. D. 

Thompson, Geo. S., residence. 

Thompson, Robert A., residence. 

Troy City Bank. 

Troy Club. 

Troy Fire Department Buildings. 

Troy House. 

Troy Jail. 

Troy Times Building. 

Union National Bank. 

United National Bank. 

Vail, S. M., residence. 

Warren & Co., J. M. 

Whitman, W. W., residence. 

Wills, Chas. 

Worthington, Jno., residence. 

TRUMANSBtJRG. 
Bovifmah, ]. H., hotel. 
Quigley, Mrs. D. C. 
Robinson, Fred, residence. 

TUCKAHOE. 
Gilford, Silas D., residence. 

TUXEDO PARK. 
Lorillard, P. Jr. 
Tuxedo Park Club House. 

TJNADILI.A. 
North, S, S., residence. 
North. S. S., bank building. 



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CNION. 

Caflferly, E. M. 

TJNIONVIIXE. 

Hayne, I. C. 

rSHERS. 

Sternburg, F. I. 

UTICA. 

Arcade Building. 

Baggs Hotel. 

Barnard, Miss, residence. 

Buller, J. M., residence. 

Butler, J. M., residence. 

Chronic Insane Asylum. 

City Library. 

Clark, B. A., residence. 

Clark, Dr. Wallace, residence. 

Cook, Henry H., residence. 

Crouse & Brandegee, manufactory. 

Curtis, Philo S. 

Devereaux Block. 

Duffy, Estate Chas G. 

Fitch & Stewart. 

Foster, Thomas, residence. 

Glenn, Hugh, & Co., store. 

Goldwaite, Mrs., residence. 

Hackett, C. W., residence. 

Hubbard, M. H. 

Lawerance, L. H., residence. 

Martin, Edward, residence. 

Middleton, Robert, residence. 

Millar, Charles & Son. 

N. Y. State Armory. 

New York State Lunatic Asylum. 

Patterson & Davies, store. 

Reynolds Building. 

Saturday Globe Building. 

St. John's Church Parsonage. 

Shaughnessy Brothers, store. 

St. James Hotel. 

Tucker, Colder & Co. 

Utica Steam Guage Co. 

Wendt, Fred. 

Wicks, Hughes & Griffith. 

Y. M. C. A. Building. 

TALTIC. 
Merwin, J. W. D., office and residence. 

VERPLANCK. 
King & Lynch. 

VICTOR. 
Frazer, John B., residence. 
French, Alex, residence. 

WAXDEN. 
Davidson, G. A. 
New York Knife Co. 
Radeker, Bros. 
Stoddard, G. W., residence. 

WALTON. 
Ogden, C. E. 

WARRENSBURGH. 
Church of the Holy Cross. 
Church of the Holy Cross, rector^-. 
Hunt.'John G., residence. 



WARSAW. 

Higgins & Webster. 
Jackson, J. Arthur. 
Peck, C. C. 

WAWARSING. 

Hainbeck, John C, residence. 
Terwilliger, H. C. 

WARWICK. 

Burt, Grinnell, residence. 

Demarest Hotel. 

Demarest, T. H. 

Finch & Colwell. 

Hood, J. H., M.D., residence. 

Ogden & Pelton. 

Sanford, Pierson E.. residence. 

Sanford, W. L., residence. 

Serv'in, Mrs. S. A. F. 

Smith, Miss A. N., residence. 

Taylor, P. E., residence. 

Wedling, Mrs. W. R., residence. 

WASHIKGTOMVIIXE. 

Brewster, H. C. 

Emmerson, E. R. , 

Emmerson, J. M., & Sons. 

Hooper, Chas. G. 

Nichols, Chas. 

Tuthill, M. S. 

WASSAIC. 
Lewis, Miles K. 
Parsons, Chas. 
Swift, Jas. H. 
Thompson, J. R. 
Williams, Wra. 

WATERFORD. 
Baker, M. A. 
Barnfather, F. B. & Co. 
Breslin, W. W., residence. 
Button Boiler Co. 
Button Fire Engine Company. 
Button, Theo. E., residence. 
Conaughty, W. S., residence. 
Curtis, Wm. H., residence. 
Davis, G. E., residence. 
Davis, T. D., residence. 
Devitt, .A.. C, residence. 
Dooiley, Daniel, residence. 
Enlis. J. R., hotel. 
Fuller, O. residence. 
Gilbert, J., residence. 
Gugerty, Patrick. 
Harshaw, Seth T. , residence. 
Hawley, A. T., residence and office. 
Holroyd, Geo. , residence. . 
Holroyd, Wm., residence. 
Holroyd & Co.. office. 
Kelso, John S., residence. 
Lawerance, Hon. John, residence. 
Lee, Russell, residence. 
Martin, Chas., residence. 
Old Ladies' Home. 
Palmateer, R. D. 
Perrin, Francis, residence. 



Piatt, J. C, residence. 

Porter, Scott, residence. 

Rowley, Chas., residence. 

Saxe. Wm. A., residence. 

Stewart, Chas. A., residence. 

Stone, J., residence. 

Turner, Geo., residence. 

VanDenburg, Mrs. H. C. 

Van Ness, Wm., residence. 

Zeh, D. Edgar, residence and office. 

WATERLOO. 
Allen & Nugent. 
Bacon, Benj. 
Bacon, Fred, residence. 
Bacon, W. F. 
Bellows, Dr., residence. 
Brophy, K. J., residence and store. 
Brooks, Joseph. 
Bule, Wm. 
Clark, A. 

Clark, Frank M. E. 
Clark. W. B. 
Day, Dr. J. W. 
Ditmus. Mrs. E. M. E. 
First National Bank. 
Gridley, C. C residence. 
Historical Building. 
Hopkins, John, residence. 
Magee House. 
Magee, W. 
Maloney Bros. 
Manning, F. L 
Mercer, General M. D. 
Patterson. Hon. A. M., factory. 
Pierson, H. B. 
Raymond, F. F., residence. 
Reed, Geo., residence. 
Richardson, Chas., residence. 
Semser & Son. 
Smith, R. G., residence. 
Snook, Jesse, residence. 
Spencer Iron Co. 
Spencer, J. C. 
St. Paul's Church. 
St. Paul's Parish Building. 
St. Paul's School. 
St. Paul's Sunday School Building. 
Stor)-, Leonard. 
Terwilliger, A. H. 
Towseby, House. 
Walsh, P. G., residence. 
Waterloo Librar)-. 
Waterloo Wagon Co. 
Watkins, Mrs. J. C, residence. 
Wells. Hon. S.R. 
Yules, Wm. 

WATERTOWN. 
Beffrey, A., residence. 
Beffrey & Mowe. 
Board of Education. 
Braggs, J. .J., & Son. 
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Kirby House. 

Knowlton Bros. 

Knowlton, Geo. W. 

Ingles, L., residence. 

McCarlin, Judge John C, residence. 

Miller, Col. J. R., residence. 

Moffat, Hodgkins & Clarke. 

Moffett, J. F., residence. 

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Remington Mansion. 

Remington Paper Co., office. 

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State Armory. 

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Sun Fire Insurance Co. 

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Cnion Carriage & Gear Co. 

Woodruff House. 

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Livermore, Daniel, residence. 
Episcopal Parsonage. 

WATKINS. 
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Davis, F., Jr.. residence. 
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Demunn, Henr)' L. 
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Fall Brook House. 
Goundrey, The, Wagon Co. 
Horhoff, A. T., residence. 
Jefferson House. 
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Magee, Gen. T. J., residence. 
Miller, Geo. W. 
Smith, J. J., store. 
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Woodward, C. M., office. 

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Lyman, Moses, residence. 
Merriman Bros. 
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Watrous, Mrs. Addison. 

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Catholic Protectory. 
Davidson, Chas. M. 
Lorillard, L. J. 

WESTFIELD. 
Bremer, Hon. F. B. 
Cowden, Mrs. H. J. 
Guild, Jas. O. 

Hathaway, M. J., residence. 
Hungerford, M. E., residence. 
Mathews, G. P., residence. 
National Bank. 
Presbyterian Church. 
Ramsay, Mrs. O. C. 
Sheevefelt Green Houses. 
Skinner, E. A., residence. 
Skinner, J. A., residence. 
Taylor. D. H. 
Union School. 
York, G. P., residence. 

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Rockwell, Lieut. C. H. 
Shopt, Q. M. 
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Bariell, James, residence. 

Bells. E. T. . 

Fair View Home. 

Jones, John & Sons. 

Marks, George. 

McGalton, A. 

Ray & Co. 

Robinson, John S. , residence. 

Shi.fer. John H., residence. 

St. Bridgets Church. 

St. Bridgets Parsonage. 

St. Colemans Orphan Asylum. 

West Troy and Troy Ferry Boats and Offices 

Winnie, John L., residence. 

WBEATLET. 
Post. Henry R. 

WHITEHALL. 
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Burdette, A. M. 
Burdette. James. 
Baptist Church. 
Bush, J. L. 
Davis, O. F., 
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Griswold, S. K. 
Knights, H. 
Lillie, Judge T. A. 
Manville, M. M. 
Martin. H. 
Pittenger, E. 
Polter, Judge James. 
Prefontaine & Lortir. 
Reed. John. 
Rush, Capt. 
Skeels. E. W. 
Witherbee. R. M. 

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Barry. I. J., residence. 
Budway, Mrs. C, residence. 
Carhart, Mrs. Thos. F, 
Collins, Mrs. E. 
Digney, I., residence. 
Dykeman, John. 
Gibson, James, residence. 
Jackman, Robert. 
Magnenis, Geo. H. 
Sherwood, Chas. 
St. Johns Hall. 
Westchester County Court House. 

WHITESBORO. 
Ablett, Robert, faclory. 
Wight, Dr., residence. 

WHITESTOSE. 
Merritt, I. J. 

WILEINK. 
Tuttle & Phillips. 

WINSOR. 
Dusenbury, E. , residence. 
Russell, R. M. 
Wheeler, J. N., residence. 

T05JKERS. 
Archer, Chas. D., residence. 
Balke, F. B. 
Callen, Dr. P. A. 
Chelsea Flats. 
City Club. 
Doty, W. H. 
Ellnderhill's Sons. 
Fagan, H. J. 
Getty House. 
Gunther. C. B., 
Halbrook, H. 

Howard, Robert H., residence. 
Lawrence, J. V. 
Mclntyre. J. D. 
Moore, James J., residence. 
Nierney, Dennis. 
Opera House. 
Peene, Geo., residence. 
Quick, E. A. 
Rides, A. L., residence. 
Stewart, Jumes. 
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St. Mary's Church and Parsonage. 

St. Mary's School Buildings. 

Thomas, Edwin L. 

Turner, T. M. 

Tyler, C. C. 

Warburton Hall. 

Washburne Brass and Iron Works, The W. F. 

YORK. 
Wilson, Wm. R. 

NEW YORK CITY. 

APARTMENT HOUSES. 
" Aldhams,'' 76th St., between Madison & 4th 

Aves. 
" Alpine," West 33d St. 
Apartment Houses on 72d. St., & 4th Ave. 
Apartment Houses on West 9th St. nr.6th Av. 
Apartment Houses on East 119th St., Jacob 

Doll, owner. 
Apartment House, So Madison Ave. 
Apartment House, l6th St. and Irving I'lace. 
.\partment House, 126th St. and 6th Av. 
Apartment House, g2d St. and gth Ave. 
Apirtment House, 78th St. & gth Ave. 
" Barcelona," 5gth St., & 7th Ave. 
Beck, F. 

"Bella," 26th St., & 4th Ave. 
" Benedict," 80 E. Washington Sq. 
" Bliss," 73d St. & 4th Ave. 
" Bookman," 72d St., Lexington & 3d Aves 
" Boston," sgth St., between 5th & 6th Aves 
Brackholst, 85 St. & gth .-^ve. 
'■ Carlyle," 324 West 60th St. 
" Chelsea," 23d St., between 7th & Sth Aves 
'■ Chesterfield," 16 East 53d St. 
" Cleveland." 124 East 24th St. 
Clausen's, H., Apartment House. 
Clausen, Henry, sSth. St. & 6th Ave. 
"Correll," 8ist St., between Le.xington & 4th 

Aves. 
Crimmins, J. D. & T. E., 1037 3d Ave. 
"Cumberland," 173 5th Ave. 
Disken, Martin, 47th St., & Le.vington Ave. 
" Drew," 41 Union Square. 
Dwyer, D. J., 312 West 60th St. 
" Elise," 1431 2d Ave. 
" Essex," 6ist St. & gth Ave. 
Ferris, O. C, Apartment House. 
" Fisher's," West 33d St. 
Flanagan, 66th St., & Boulevard. 
Flat, on West 50th St. 
" Florence," 105 E. l8th St., 
" Frederick," 53d St. & 4th Ave. 
Gorman, John J., flat. 
Gibbons, A. 

Graves, Mrs. M. H., flats. 
" Grenoble," 57th St. & 7th Ave. 
" Grosvenor " Apartment House, 3d Ave. & 

loth St. 
Hall, William & Sons, 87th St. & Park Ave. 



" Hanover," 2 East 15th St. 

Harris. N. D., flats. 

" Hathorne," 12S W. 59th St. 

" Hearn, ' 31 W. loth St. 

" Hoefer," 55th St. and Broadway. 

" Hoffman Arms," 59th St. & Madison Av. 

Hubert Home Club, 80 Madison Ave. 

'■ Imperial." 76th St., between Madison & 

4th Aves. 
"Jansen," 11 & 13 Waverlv Place. 
" ICenmore," 57th St. & gth Ave. 
Kennington Flats. 
" Kensington," 57th St. & 4th Ave. 
" Knickerbocker," 2Sth St. and 5th Ave. 
■' Lawrence," 54th St. and 7th .•\ve. 
" Lexington," 49th St. and 3d .\ve. 
'■ Maginn," 57th St. and loth Ave. 
Mahone & Coyne, 27 West mh St. 
■■ Manhattan," 2d Ave., bet. 86th and 87th Sts 
" Manhattan Square," gth Ave. and 7Sth Si 

■ Marcella Flats," I25lh St. & 5th Ave. 

McGinnis Flats. 

Meyer, S. T., 34ih St., Park & Lexington 

Aves. 
Meyers, J. H. D., gist St., & Park Ave. 
■' Monroe," 59th St. and 6th Ave. 

Morris & Cahill, Flats, 8ist St. 
"Morton," 206 E. 33i St. 
" Orienta," 155 E. 72d St. 
" Orleans," 975 Sth Ave. 

" Osborne," 7th Ave. and 57th St. 

" Oxford," 137 W 36th St. 

" Palermo, 125 E. 57th St. 

" Palisades," 56th St. bet. Sth & gth Aves. 

" Park View," 59th St. bet. 7th and Sth Aves. 

Pikes, S. N. Apartment House. 

Flyer's C. W., Apartment House, 424 W. 60th 
Street. 

" Princeton," 57th St. bet. Sth and gth Aves. 

Purcell, Edward, 31S VV. both St. 

Randall, S. S., 1323 Franklin Ave. 

Rankin & Co., 74th St. and ist Ave. 

" Rembrandt," 152 W. 57th St. 

Rhinelander Estate, Soth St. and 2d Ave. 

Robert's Apartments. 

Rollwagon, L. P., 56 Irving Place. 

" Rutland," Broadway and 57th St. 

"Saratoga," 225 W. 52d St. 

" Scott," I2g E. 17th St. 

"Seward," 175 E. 93d St. 

"Sherwood, 531 5th Avenue, 

" Sohmer," 57th St. and 7th Ave. 

"Soncy," 57th St. and 6th Ave. 

" St. Albans," 34g W. sSth St. 

Steimetz, J. H., gth Ave, bet. 103d & 104th 
Streets. 

" Steinhart " 6ist St. and Boulevard. 

Sterling Flats. 

" St. George," 223 & 225 E. 17th St. 

" Strathmore," Broadway and 52d St. 

" Sturtevant," 3d Ave. 



" Stuyvesant," 142 E. i8th St. 

" Sunny Side," Park Ave. and 73d .St. 

Tacon'a Apartment House, Lexington Ave. 

" Union," log W. 56th Street. 

" Vanderbilt," 3gg Lexington Ave. 

Voorhees, J. D., Grand Circle and sgth St. 

Watkins, J. O., 107th St., & 4th Av. 

" Washington," I22d St., and 7th Ave. 

"Westmoreland," too E. 17th St. 

" Windsor," 1700 Broadway. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Columbia Brewery, 450 W. 26th St. 

Consolidated Card Co., 222-22S W. I4ih St. 

Dunn, Jacob, carnages, 87th St. & 3d Ave. 

Hazleton Piano Manufactory, 34 & 36 Uni- 
versity Place. 

Herring's Safe Co., 13th and Hudson Sts. 

L. & H. Brewing Co., 135 W. iSth St. 

Miller's Tobacco Works, Columbia and Staun- 
ton Sts. 

Sherwood's Pickle Works. 

Sohmer & Co., 14th St. and 3d Ave. 

Wallace, James, Brewery, Cherry St. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 
American Art Gallery. 
Armory Board, 4th, g4th & 95th Sts. 
Baptist Publication Society Building. 
Bellevue Hospital, Gate House. 
Berkley Lyceum, 44th St. 
Bloomingdale Asylum. 
Broadway Theatre, 41st St. & Broadway. 
Casino, Broadway and 3gth St. 
Central Park Home Club. 
Central Turnverin, 67th St. & 3d Ave. 
Century Club. 
Collegiate Institute. 
Colored Orphan Asylum. 
Daly's Theatre. 

Demilt Dispensary. 23d St. & 2d Ave. 
Department Public Charities and Corrections. 
Department of Docks, Pier "A." N. R. 
Deutches Verein, sgth St., West of 6th Ave. 
Eighth Regiment Armory. 
Engine Co. No. 56. 
Fourteenth St. Theatre. 
Foundling Asylum, 6gth St. & 3d Ave. 
Freundschaft Society, Park Ave. & 72d St. 
Germania Club. 
German Hospital. 

German Mission Building, Ave. C. & 4th St. 
German Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Grand Central Depot, 42d St. 
Hahnemann Hospital, 4th Ave., between 67th 

& 6Sth St. 
Harlem Turn Verein, 124th St., near 3d Ave. 
Home for the Aged Hebrews. 
Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews, 105th 

St. near Sth Ave. 
Home for Aged Females, 104th St., & 10 Ave 
House of Good Shepherd, Sgth St. & Ave. A. 
House of Refuge, Randalls Island. 



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R&PERENeES. 



Hospiial'of L. G. Thorn as.'s 2d St. & Lexing- 
ton Ave. 
Hubert^Home'Club,' ;oth St., between 7th & 

Sth Aves. 
Inebriates Home. 
Insane Asylum, Ward's Island. 
Jackson Square Library, 251 W. 13th St. 
Lancashire Insurance Co., 25 Pine St. 
Laura Franklin Hospital, iitth St., near 5th 

Avenue. 
Leiderkranz H ill, 53th St. between, 4th and 

Lexington Aves. 
Little Sisters of the Poor. 
Lyceum Theatre, 4th .\ve. A: 24th St. 
Madison Square Theatre. 
Manhattan Club. 

Manhattan Elevated Railroid cars. 
Marquaid Pavilion. 26th St. 0^ ist Ave. | 

McKee Ranki I's Theatre, 31st St, & 3d .\ve.i 
Methodist Book Concern. 
Methoiist Home, loth .\ve., between 92d & I 

93d Streets. 
Metropolitan Museum of j\'t, S3d St. & 5th 

Ave. 
Metropolitan Opera House. 
Mt. Sinai Hospital, 65th St. & Lexington .\ve. 
New York .Athletic Club, 6th Ave. & 55th St. 

New York Cancer Hospital. 

New York Christian Home, Madison Ave. 

New York City Hall. 

New York Cotton Exchange. 

New York Foundling .Asylum, 3d Ave. 

New York Mercantile Exchange. 

New York Tombs. 

New York Fire Dept. Headquarters 67th St. 

New York Fire Dept. Engine House Libertyl 
Street. | 

New York Fire Dept. Engine House, Elm St. i 

New York Sanitarium. 247 West 49th St. 

Odd Fellows Hall, Grand & Centre Sts. 

Orange Music Hall. 

Panorama Building. 55th St. & 7th Ave. 

Presbyterian Hospital, Madison .\ve. & 7Sth 
St. 

Produce Exchange. 

Progress Club, 5th Ave. & 63d St. 

Roosevelt Hospital, 59th St. between gth & 
loih Aves. 

Scottish Rite Hall. 

Shaefifer's Terrace Garden. 

Sisters of Bon Secours, Lexington .\ve. and 
8ist St. 

Sloan Hospital, 5gth St., & 10th Ave. 

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Chil- 
dren, 100 East 23d St. 

Standard Theatre, 6th Ave. 

St. Catherine's Hospital, Sist St. & Madison 
.■\venue. 

St. Francis Hospital, 613 & 615 East 5th St. 

St. Leo's Church, n East 28th St. 

St. Mark's Mission, Ave. A & loth St. 



St. Mary's Hospital. 

St. Vincent de Paul School, 43d St., between 

Sth & 9th Aves. 
Stock Exchange Building, Wall St. 
Theis's Music Hall & Garden, East 14th St. 
Turn Hall, 66 East 4th St. 
Twenty-third Regiment Armory. 
Twenty-fourth Regiment -Armory. 
Tiventy-sixth Precinct Police Station. 
United States Assay Office. 
Young Women's Christian .Association, 15th 

St. & 3th Avenue. 

STORES -\ND OFFICE BlILDINGS. 

Ackins Sons & Co. 

Akron Iron Co. 

Altman B. & Co.. 301 6th .Ave. 

.American E.xchange National Bank. 

-American Mechanics & Engineers. 

.American News Co. 

American Safe Deposit Co's Building, 42d St. 

& jtT .Ave. 
-Aras, Max, Greenwich St. 
Anderson Estate, 12 & 14 John St. 
Andrade James, 95 Bleecker St, 
Ansonia Brass & Copper Co. 
-Apgar & Co. 
.Appleby Estate. 
-Appleton D. i: Co., Grand v^ Green Sts. 

.Arnold, Constable & Co., 17th St. 
igth'.St. 
23d St. 
•' " L'nion Square. 

" " Canal & Mercer St. 

.Astor Estate, Broadway & Prince St. 
" 6, S. 10 & 12 Wall St. 
" " Grand St. 
" " cor Houston & Green Sts. 
" " 94. 96, & 9S Broadway. 

Backus, Peter ,S: Son. 

Baker, Smi'h & Co. 

Bank of the Stite of New York, 33 William St. 

Banks, John. 

Barber Shop. 6ist St. & gth Ave. 

Barnes, Demas, 21 Park Row. 

Barney's Studio. 

Baron & Co. 

Barr Co., Edward, Lt'd. 

Barrett, Nephews & Co., 5 & 7 John St. 

Baumen Bros. 22 & 24 East 14th St. 

Becar, -A., 1S7 Broadway. 

Bechstein, F., i»c Sons. 

Beggs, James & Co., 9 Dey St. 

Benedict Building, Broadway & Cortland St 

Biddle. Clement M. & Co. 

Bird, W. E., & Co. 

Black, J. R. 

Black:tone Building, Spring & Green Sts. 

Blake & Williams. 

Bloomingdale Bros., 3d -Ave. and 59th St. 

Blum, P. B., Jr. 

Bogart, Albert G. & Bro., 115 Bank St. 



Bonner & Van Court. 

Bramhall, Dean & Co. 

Breen & Nason. 

Breives, G. T. 

Broadway Bank, 237 Broadway. 

Broadway & 7th Ave. Railroad Office 50th St. 

Brokers' Exchange. 

Brooks Bros., Broadway & 22d St. 

Brown Bros. 

Bryant Building, Nassau & Liberty Sts. 

Building I02 & 104 Prince St. 

" 512, 514 & 516 Broadway. 
" 39 Broadway. 
" 6g & 71 Broadway. 
78 & 80 
746 
" 265 

" 369 '• 

" 50 Exchange Place. 
16 & iS Wall St. 
91 Wall St. 
" N. E. cor. Broadway & 17th St. 
" 47 & 49 Greene St. 
" 124 East 123 St. 
" 77th St. & Madison -Ave. 
" 10 East 14th St. 
" 691 Broadway. 

38 Wall St. 
" 27 East 4th Street. 
" S22 Broadwav. 
" loS & no Green St. 
Burrall & Marcellus. 
Burt, O. C. & Co. 
Busch Building. 
Butterick Pub. Co. 
Callahan, Cornelius. 
Callanan & Kemp. 
Cammeyer, A. J, 
Camp, F. T. , architect, 
Canfield Isidore. 

Carpenter, H. M., building, 41 Liberty St. 
Carrens, A., 86 Maiden Lane. 
Carroll, D. J. 

Carter Building, Sth St., & Broadway. 
Carraher & Co. 

Chattellons, John, Sons, 85 Cliff St. 
Chappell, Chase, Maxwell & Co., store. 
Cheeseborough, P. -A., State & Pearl Sts. 
Children's Aid Society. 
Childs & Co. 
Christy, Mrs. E. .A. 
Clafiin, H. B. & Co., store. 
Clarke, John D. 
Cohn Bro. 

Cohen, A. E. .S: Bro. 
Cohnfield Building. 
Cohnfield R. 

Cohnfield, Theo. , 163 Greene St. 
Colgate & Co., John St. 
Colwell Lead Co. 
Combination Stove & Water Heater Co. 



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Commercial Union Ass'n Co. 

Conners, I. S., 

Conover, J S. cS: Co. 

Continental Insurance Co., 102 Broadway 

Continental National Bank, 

Consolidated Gas Co. 

Cooke & Co. 

Cornell, Hiscok & UnderhiU. 

Cozzens, Edward C, 24 East 7th St. 

Culkin, H. C. & ]. H. 

Cristy, Walcott & Co. 

Crum, F. H. 

Cunningham. S. D. 

Cutting, R. L. 

Dahnke Bros., store, S6th St. & 3d Ave. 

Dance & Townsend Co. 

Daniel & Son. 

Davidson Building, 33 Bridge St. 

Dawson & Archer. 

Deane Steam Pump Co., 92 Liberty St. 

Deeve & Co. 

DeForrest, W. H. & Co., Broadway & Broome 

St. 
Demarest, W. J., 30 & 32 East I4lh St. 
Demas & Barnes. 
Dennison Mfg. Co. 
Derycknigh, A. C. 
DeWitt Wire Works Co., go John St. 
Dimock, O. K., 77 Maiden Lane. 
Dicker, T. W. & Sons. 

Domestic Sewing M. Co., B'way & 14th St. 
Donnegan & Swift. 
Donnell, E. ]., ig & 21 Bridge St. 
Dougherty, H. B. & W. H., 147 Bank St. 
Doying, Wm. L., 124th St. 
Duncan, John P. 

Dunham, Buckley & Co., store, Broadway. 
Duplex Steam Heater Co. 
Eagle Insurance Building, Wall & Pearl Sts. 
Eaton, Cole & Burnham Co. 
Economical Printing Co. 
Edison Manufacturing Co., 65 5th Ave. 
Ehret, Geo. 
Ehrich Bros. 

Eppen, Smith & Wiemann. 
Elviech Bros. 
Elviech, \V. L. 
Endus, Martin . 
Ennis, Thos. 

Evans, The Construction Co. 
Exchange Building. 
Fairbanks & Co., 311 Broadway. 
Farmers' Loan & Trust Co., 20 William St. 
Faulkner, F. G., Co., 41 Dey St. 
Field's Building, Whitehall St. 
Fifth Avenue Presby. Church Parsonage. 
Fingerhut, Richird. 
Flanson, M., 416 West 71st St. 
Fleischman & Co., Perry & Washington Sts 
Fleming & Kimball. 
Forrest Building. 
Fourth National Bank. 



Fox, Richard K., building, Dover~.*i: Pearl Sts 

Fuller's Building. 

FuUner, J. P. 

Frank, J. & Co. 

Fritsche Bros., 34 Barclay St. 

German Savings Bank, 14th St. & 4th Ave. 

German Life Insurance Co., Nassau & Cedar 
Sts. 

Germania Life Insurance Building, I4g B'wy 

Gidley &Co., 75 Maiden Lane. 

Gilbert & Barker Mfg. Co. 

Gillender, H. L., 2 Nassau St. 

Gillis & Geoghegan. 

Gleason, E. P. 

Goelet, R. &. O., Hudson & Leonard Sts. 

Gordon Bu.lding. 

Gorton & Lidgerwood. 

Gorton Boiler Co. 

Goldenberg, S., store, I2fi Greene St. 

Graham, C, & Sons. 

Graham & Murphy. 

Graves, L. S. 

Grimes, M. F. 

Groff & Co., 2o3 Water St. 

Guardian Assurance Co. 

Guernsey Building, Broadway. 

Haight Building. 

Haley, J. S. Co. 

Hall Steam Pump Co. 

Hallett, G. G. 

Hamburg-American Packet Co., 61 B'dway. 

Hanover Insurance Co. 

Harris, A. W. 

Hart, Harmon H. 

Havemyer & Elden Building Co. 

Hazard Building. 

Headquarters N. Y. Fire Department, 67th 
St. between Lexington & 3d Aves. 

Hearn Building, 23 & 27 West 13th St. 

Hedden, V. J., & Sons. 

Hegeman & Co., 203 Broadway. 

Higgins Bros. 

Hine & Robertson. 

Hoffman, C. Jr. 

Hoe, Mrs. R. 

HoUman, H. 

HoUender & Co., Beaver St. 

Holmes & Co. 

Howard Building, 176 Broadway. 

Hussey Reheater & Steam Plant Improve- 
ment Co. 

Huyler, i8th St. & Irving Place. 

Imperial Building. 

Iron Clad Mfg. Co. 

Iselin, C. O. D. 

Iselin, Neeser & Co., Canal & Greene Sts. 

Jamer, Jacob. 

James, E. F. 

Jackson Architectural Iron Works. 

Johnson, Geo. F., office building, 17 & ig 
Broadway. 

Johnson, John F., 69 Wall St. 



Johnson, Mr., of the Edison Electric Light 

Company. 
Johnson & Morris. 
Johnson & Johnson, Wm. & Piatt. 
Kaufman, L. E., ist Ave.,& 33d St. 
Kaldenberg, M. J. 
Keil, W. J. 
Keily, T. 

Kelogg, E. H., 13 Cedar St. 
Kelly & Jones Co. 
" Kemble" Office Building, Whitehall & Stone 

Sts. 
Kernochan Building. 
Ketcher, Geo. P., & Co. 
Kingsland, A. C. , 5th Ave. &20th St. 
Kirshedt, F. A., 78 Grand St. 
Knapp, F. W., 
Kurzman, M. & Co. 
Lawrence Building, 

Lawrence, W. B., Estate, White St. & Broad- 
way. 
Lazelle, Dally & Co. 

Le Boutillier Brothers, store, 50 West 23d St. 
Ledevenes, Bondoy. 
Ledous & Rickett, to Cedar St. 
Lees, Samuel & Co. 
Lemon, Thos. K. 
Lewis Bros. 
Lewis Bros. &Co. 
Lewis Building, 623 Broadway. 
Lincoln Safe Deposit Co., 42d St., opp. Van- 

derbilt Ave. 
Livingstone Building. 
Loeser, Fred., Prince[& Greene Sts. 
Logan & Stephens. 
Lorrillard Estate, Jay & Greenwich Sts. 

" " 84 & 86 Chambers St. 

" " 61 to 73 Wooster St. 

" " 446 & 448 Broadway. 

" " 451 & 453 

368 
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" " 740 

" " 827 

Loudon & Johnson, 180 Chambers St. 
Macy, R. H. & Co., 14th St. & 6th Ave. 
Maddock, T. H., 234 Broadway. 
Maddock Building, 35 Bleecker St. 
Manhattan Company Building, 42 Wall St. 
Manhattan Railroad Stations. 
Manhattan Railroad Office. 
Manhattan Real Estate Co. 
Manhattan Life Insurance Co. Building. 
Mahoney, M. 

Manning, Maxwell & Moore. 
Marcellus, C. N. &Co., 69 Varick St. 
Marine Bank, Wall & Pearl Sts. 
Martin, G. W. 
May Building. 

Mazette, T. F., 6th Ave. & 49th St. 
McCreery, James, stores, 22, 24 & 26 East 

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REFERENeES. 



McIntyre,']G. & Son. 
Mclntyre & Phillips. 
McMann, T. R. & Bro. 
McNab, Harlin, Mfg. Co. 
Merahins, Robert. 
Merchant's Building, 4& 6 Stone St. 
Meriden Brittania Co., 46 East 14th St. 
Merrill, E. R. 
Merrill, H. B. 
Meyers, Sniffen & Co., The 
Middleton, W. S. 

Miller, Chas. & Son, 19 Park Place. 
Mills & Gibbs, 452 & 46S Broadway. 
Minot, Hooper & Co.'s Store, 53 Leonard St. 
Mitchell, Vance & Co. 
Molwetz, Earnst. 
Moore, F. G. 

Mortimer Building, Wall St. 
Mott, J. L., The, Iron Works. 
Mount Morris Bank, 125th St. & 4th Ave. 
Mutual Life Insurance Co., 144 Broadway. 
Murray Building, 135 Broadway. 
National Shoe & Leather Bank. 
Neal's John, Sons. 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R., inh Avenue & 33d St 
N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., Elevated Bailding, 
New York Life Insurance & Trust Co. 
New York Rubber Clothing Co., 487 B'dway 
New York Steam Co., The 
New York Steam Fitting Co., The 
Niagara Fire Insurance Co. 
Nursery & Childs' Hospital. 
Nolan, Rev. M. A. 
Nolan, W. M. 
North River Bank, 
Office Building, 1S7 Broadway. 
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67 Wall St. 
14, 16, iS Wall St. 
O'Neil, H. & Co., 6th Ave. & 20th St. 
Orient Building, 41 Wall St. 
Orth, G. A., 25 Frankfort St. 
Outcalt, J. P. V. 
Palliser, Geo., Arch., office. 
Pancoast & Rogers. 
Parish, Daniel, Estate, S60 Broadway & 67 

Wall Street. 
Parker, Stearns & Co., 79 Centre St. 
Parshall, J. L. 

Peck Bros. & Co.. 78 Beekman St. 
Peoples' Bank, Canal St. 
Phelps, Dodge & Co., 19 & 21 Cliff St. 
Phillip Tobacco Co. 
Pitt, Wm. R., Composite Iron Works. 
Plenty, Jos. 
Pollack, Alexander. 
Potter Building, Astor Place cSc Broadway 

" " Park Row. 

Powers, Rev. J. N. 
Printers' Tool & Supply Co. 



Prior,".F. S. 

Protective Ventilator Co. 

" Pulitzer" Building. 

Pursell & Dwyer,6othSt.,bet. Sth & 9th Aves. 

Ouincy, John & Co. 

Ransom, S. 

Ransom, W. H. 

Raymond Furnace Co. 

Raymond, Russell, 42d St. & 5th Ave. 

Reay, M. A., 77 John St. 

Renvvick, E. S., 19 Park Place. 

Reynolds, G. H. 

Rhinehart, E. 

Rhinelander Estate. 

Richardson & Boynton Co., 232 Water St. 

Rineham, John. 

Robbins, Rowland A. 

Roberts, E E,, 107 Liberty St. 

Rogers, H. A., 19 John St. 

Rogers, J. F., & Co. 

Rosendroff & Sons, store. 

Rothhchilds, Jacob, 622 & 624 Broadway. 

Rouse Building. 

Rouse, Chas , Broadway. 

Royal Chemical Co. 

Rusher & Fagan. 

Rusher, Jas., & Co. 

Rutzler, E. 

Rutzler & Blake. 

Sackett Estate. 

Safety Car Heating & Lighting Co. 

Schermerhorn Building, 96 Broadway. 

Schermerhorn, W. L., 116 East I4lh St. 

Schlesinger, Leo, Crosby & Jersey. 

Schlesinger, M., Canal & Baxter Sts. 

Schultz, Carl H. 

Schwartzwalden, H., building. 

Seasongood, I. & L., 83 & 85 Greene St. 

Seymour Manufacturing Co., 45jJohn St. 

Sheidig, John & Co. 

Shoe & Leather Bank. 

Sidenburgh & Co., Broadway, Crosby & 

Houston Sts. 
Simmons, John. 
Simpson & Co. 
Simpson, Crawford & Simpson, I9th^ St., & 

6th Ave. 
Slatterly, Rev. Edward. 
Sloanc, W. & J., Broadway & t9th St. 
Smith, F. B. 
Smith, J. B., & Son. 
Solomon, M. & E., 85 Maiden Lane. 
Spencer, LorlUard. 
Spingler Estate, 20 East 15th St. 
Staats, R. P. & J. H. 
Standard Oil Co.'s Building. 
Stearns & Spingham. 
Stern Bros., 34 West 23d St. 
Sterns & Spencer, Building. 
Sternburger. M. & L., 34 Thompson St. 
Stevans, B. H., Estate. 



Stevenson Building, 44 & 4O Broadway. 

Stevenson, Mrs. E. K. 

Stewart, T., 4 & 6 John St. 

Stone, Fred. J., 28-36 Liberty St. 

Store & Apartment, N. E. Cor. Broadway & 

19th Street. 
Store, Fulton & Gold Streets. 

'■ 77 West Houston Street. 

" N. E. cor. Canal & Greene Sts. 

■' 560-566 Broadway. 

" Broadway & White Sts. 
Stout, Spencer & Co. 
Street, Geo. O., & Sons, 15 John St. 
Stuyvesant, Rutherford, ist Av. & loth St. 
Suckley, Robert B. 
Sutton Building, 30 West 23d St. 
Tailor, E. N., 45 Greene St. 
Taylor, C. F. & H. D. 
Taylor & Brylan. 
Tarrant & Co., 278 Greenwich St. 
Temple Court. 

The Meyer, Sniffin Co., Cliff St. 
Thompson, The, Co. 
Times Building. 
Tivy, Lawrence. 
Toerge, Nicholas. 
Tower, A., 691 Broadway. 
Tower Building. 
Trask & Carmichael. 
Travers Bros., 52d St. & loth Ave. 
Tribune Building. 

Trumbley Building, Broadway & Beaver St. 
Unger, John. 

Union Dime Savings Bank. 
Union Trust Co. 
U. S. Trust Co. 

United Bank Bailding, Broadway & Wall St. 
United Brass Co. 

Urquhart, Jno. S., 46 Courtlandt St . 
Vanderbilt Building, Beekman & Nassau Sts. 
Van Buren Building, 7, 9, 11, West 13th St. 
Van Tine, A. A. & Co. 
Waefalaer, Louis, Co., Si Beekman St. 
Wallace, G. W. 

Wallbridge, A. C. Spring & Crosby Sts'. 
Warren Mfg. Co., 45 John St. 
Washington Bldg., i Broadway. 
Watton Mfg., Co. 
Weathered, Thos. W. 
Wells Building, Broadway. 
Wendel's Saloon, 7th Ave. & 49th St. 
Western Union Telegraph Building. 
Weston i: Fiske, 6i Water St. 
Wetman Building. 
Wheeler & Wilson Machine Co., 44 East 14th 

St. 
White Building. 
White, Fred. B. 
Whittier Machine Co. 
Wicke. Wm., & Co., 31st St. & 1st Ave. 
Wilkes Building. 



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Repbrences. 



Wilson, Alfonzo. 

Wilson Boiler Co. 

Wills Rustless Iron Co. 

Winkles. Egbert. 

Winslow, Lanier & Co., Nassau St. 

Wisweell, H. D. 

Wood, Hon. Fernando, 117 S'lig Nassau St. 

Wood, Wm., & Co. 

Wolffee, P. H. & Co. 

" World" Building, Park Row. 

Wolcott, Christy & Co., 524 West 23d St. 

Worthington Steam Pump Co., 82 Liberty St. 

Wright, H. B. 

Wright, Jas. T. 

Wyson & Kernochan, 61-65 West 23d St. 

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. 
Albermarle, Broadway & 24th St. 
Ashland House, 24th St. cSc 4th Ave. 
Baron & Co., 32 Broadway. 
Barrett House, Broadway & 43d St. 
Belvidere, 4th Ave. & i8th St. 
Betts, J. H. 

Bode Bros , 28th St. & 4lh Ave. 
Buckingham Hotel. 
Cable's Hotel, 141 Fulton St. 
Centennial, 51st St. & 8th Ave. 
Continental, 902 Broadway. 
Cusack, J. A., 45 Broadway. 
Delmonico Estate. 
Eastern Hotel. 

Fifth Avenue Hotel. 5th Ave. & 23d St. 
Fisher's, 38th St. & Broadway. 
Gaelet, R. O., Broadway & 32d St. 
Gedney House, Cor. Broadway & 40th St. 
Gee, Geo. W.. 75 8th Aye. 
GilSey House, 1202 Broadway. 
Goelet Hotel. 

Hamilton, 5th Ave & 42d St. 
Hatfield House, 46 & 48 Ridge St. 
Hotel Briston, i West 42d St. 
Hotel Brunswick, 225 5th Ave. 1 

Hotel Martin, gth St. & University Plac. 
Hotel Normandie, 3Sth St, & Broadway. 
Hotel Royal, 40th St. & 6th Ave. 
Hotel Shelburne, 36th St. & 5th Ave. 
Irving House, 48 East 12th St. 
Kerker, F. A., Bowery & Grand St. 
Langham Hotel, 52d St. & 5th Ave. 
Mailborougharms Hotel. 
McKeever Bros., Christopher & West Sts. 
Metropolitan Hotel. 
Morton & Chesley, 42d St. 
Mulligan, P., 1259 Broadway. 
Murray Hill Hotel. Park Ave. 
Nash & Brush, i6 & 18 Park Place. 
O'Neil, John, Oyster House, 22d St. & Ave C. 
Park Avenue Hotel. 
Parker's Hotel, 32d St. & 6th Ave. 
Plaza Hotel. 

Purdy's, 52d St & 5th Avenue. 
Rossmore Hotel, Broadway & 42d St. 



Schmenger, 194 3d Ave. 

Shady, John, 125th St.. & 8th Ave. 

St. Cloud Hotel, 42d St. & Broadway. 

St. Dennis Hall. 

St. Dennis Hotel Co., Broadway & nth St. 

St. Marc's Hotil. 

Sturtevant House. 

University Place Hotel. 

Victoria Hotel, 5th Ave. 

Warren House. 

Waverly Hotel. 

Webb's Hotel. 

Westminster Hotel. 

White's Restaurant, 349 Canal St. 

Windsor Hotel, 5lh Ave. & 47th St. 

CHURCHES. 
Baptist Church, 56th St., between 8th & 9th 

Aves. 
Bloomingdale Reformed Church. 
Broome Street Church. 
Chapel of the House of Refuge. 
Church of All Saints, 50 East 130th St. 
Church of the Epiphany, 22d St. & 2d Ave 
Church of the Holy Communion, 6th Avenue 

& 20th Street. 
Church of the Holy Redeemer, 3d Avenue. 
Church of Our Lady o' Perpetual Help, 323 

East 6ist St. 
Church of Our Lady of Sorrow, Pitt & Stanton 

Streets. 
Church of St. Cecelia, io6th St., near Lexing 

ton Ave, 
Church of St. John the Evangelist, 351 Ea^t 

55th Street. 
Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, 118 St. 

near St. Nicholas .'\ve. 
Church of St. Veronica, Washington & Chris 

topher Streets. 
Church of the Transfiguration. 
Christ Church. 

Gospel Tabernacle, 8th Ave. & 44th St. 
Mt. Morris Baptist Church. 
Park Presbyterian Church, 8th St. & loth Ave. 
Presbyterian Church, Madison Ave. & 24th 

Street, 
Rivington Street Church. 
Rittger's Riverside Church, 73d Street, near 

Boulevard. 
St. Agnes', 43d St., near Lexington Ave. 
St. Andrews', City Hall Place & Duane St. 
St. Ann's Church. 

St. Augustine's Chapel, 105 East Houston St. 
St. James', Oliver St. 

St. James' Church, Madison Ave. & 73d St. 
St. John's 2ist St., between 5th &6lh Aves. 
St. John's Evangelist Church, 55th St. & ist 

Aveuue. 
St. Leo's Church, 11 East 28th St. 
St. Mary's, Grand & Ridge Sts. 
St. Patrick's, Mulberry St. 
St. Patrick's Cathedral, 50th St. & 5th Ave. 



St. Stephen's P. E. Church, 120th St. & Lex- 
ington Ave. 

St. Teresa's, 141 Henry St. 

St. Vincent De Ferrer, 66th & Lexington Ave. 
RESIDENCES. 

Aldham. F., 76th Street, near Madison Ave. 

Andreas, Mrs. J. J., 126 East 57th St. 

Beck, Mr., 5th Ave. & 30th St. 

Belden, W. H. 

Bookman, J., East 72d St. 

Comfort, Jno. E., 169th St. & Franklin Ave. 

Cooper, Peter, Lexington Ave., near 22d St. 

Cowell, Fred., SistSt., bet. Lex. & 4tli Ave. 

Dawdney, A., 65th St., near 5th Ave. 

Frazel, Edwin. 

Fergerson, Dr. Jas., Waverly Place. 

Gallatue, Frederick. sihAve. & 53d St. 

Gilsey, Henry. 

Herb, E. H., 515 W. 57th St. 

Hewett, Hon. A. S., 9 Lexirgton Ave. 

Hoe, R. J. 

Hughes, Rev. J. J. 

Jones, Mrs. M. Mason, 2 W. 58th St. 

King. Mrs. E., 431 5th Avenue. 

Leibman, Jas., 40 East 74th St. 

McCreery, Robt., 5th Ave. & 74th St., 

McCormack, W. J., 55th St. & ist Ave. 

Macy Villa Bloomingdale Asylum 117th St. 
& W. Boulevard. 

Marquand, H. G., 68th St. & Madison Ave. 

Merrill, E. R., 361 West 19th St 

Mintum. Mrs. Louisa, 22 N. Washington Sq. 

Methodist Home, loth Ave., bet. 92d & 93d 
Streets. 

Pastoral Residence, St. Agnes' Church. 

Pastoral Residence, Church Sacred Heart, 
51st St. & loth Avenue. 

Pope, W. B., 89th St. 

Powers, Rev. J., 105 East 30th St. 

Randall, S. S., 1323 Franklin Ave. 

Roach, David, 76th St., & Lexington Ave. 

Robertson, T J , 13 East 56th St. 

Robertson, T. R., 13 East 50th St. 

Roosevelt, H. I., iSth St. 

St. Monica's Rectory, 334 East 79th St. 

Steinhart, Selig, West 6ist St. 

Thomas, F. F., East 41st St. 

Vanderbilt, Wm. K., 5th Avenue. 

Wright, J. E., 127th St. & 7th Ave. 

Wright, J. Hood, I72d St., & Ft. Washington. 

Zensier, A., 58th St., & lOth Ave. 
.SCHOOLS. 

Columbia College, President's house. 

Columbia Grammar School. 

Childrens' Aid Society School Building. 

Comstock's, Miss, School, 32, 34 W. 40th St. 

Convent of the Holy Cross, West 42d St. 

Dominician Convent, 65th St. & Lexington 
Avenue. 

Dominician Convent. 63d St. & ist Ave. 

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References. 



French, D. C, studio. 
Grammar School No. 2, Ii6 Henry St. 
'■ " II. 
" " " i8, 121 East 51st St. 

" " " 31, igS Monroe St. 

" " " 32, 351 West 35th St. 

■■ " " 51, 523 West 44th St. 

■' " " 65, West Farms. 

" 68, i2SthSt.,n.6th Ave. 
" " " 72, Lex. Ave., bet. 105th 

and io6th Sts. 
' 79- 
Grammar Department No, 46. 
Hebrew Orphan Asylum. 
Homoeopathic Medical College, Ave. A., bet. 

63d & 64th St.'s. 
LoomiSj^Laboratorj'. 
Primary School No. 9, 42 ist Ave. 
" " " II, 31 Vesey St. 

" " " 31, 200 Monroe St. 

" " " 32, 36th St. & 9th Ave. 

" " •• 36, 70 Monroe St. 

And over 30 other Public Schools. 
R. C. Orphan Asylum. 

School of Epiphany, 22d St. & 2d Avenue. 
School for Ethical Culture, 109 West 54th St. 
Sisters of St. John's Convent, 205 E. 17th St. 
Sister Sophia's Private School, 313 & 315 E. 

loth St. 
St. Alphonsus' School, So. 5th Ave., Grand 

Street. 
St. Anne's School. 
St. Catherine's Convent, Sist St. & Madison 

Avenue. 
St. Francis Xavier College, W. i6th St., bet. 

5th & 6th Aves. 
St. Gabriel's School, East 36th St. 
St. James' School, James St. 
St. James' School, New Bowery & James St. 
St. John's College, Fordham. 
St. Joseph's Industrial Home, Sist St. & 

Madison Ave. 
St. Lawrence Academy, 42 East 34th St. 
St. Patrick's School, Mulberry St., 50lh St. & 

Lexington Ave. 
St. Vincent de Paul School & House, West 

24th St. 
St Vincent Ferrer School, 65th St. & Lexing- 
ton Avenue. 
St. Vincent's Home for Boys, Gt. Jones St. & 

Lexington Ave. 
St. Vincent's Hospital, 12th St., bet. 6th & 

7th Aves. 
Tl\e Vanderbilt Clinic, 59th St. & loth Ave. 
Training School for Male Nurses, Bellevue 

College. 
Wallace, Geo. W., So West 126 St. (Daring 
Academv.) 

NEW MEXICO. 



Capitol Building. 
Sisters Hospital, 



SANTA FK. 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 

ST. JOHNS. 

AcademiaClub House. 

Angel, James & Co. 

Castle Linbury. 

Church of England Cathedral. 

Gear & Co. 

Gemmel, Hugh. 

Mackey, A. M. 

McCowen, John B., office. 

Methodist College. 

Methodist Home. 

Sailors' House. 

.St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

ASHEVILLE. 

Carrier, E. G. 
Coxe, Col. Frank. 
Garrett, A. & R. U., hotel. 
Peck, G. W. 
Porter, A. T. 
Reynolds & Spears. 

CHARLOTTE. 

Atkinson. W. R., residence. 

Bufard House. 

Charlotte Female Institute. 

Charlotte Oil Co. 

Kittelle, Geo. W. 

Oliver Fred., residence. 

DURHAM. 
Carr, J. S. 
Duke, B. N. 

Manufacturers House Furnishing Agency. 
Watts, G. N. 

GOLM8BORO. 
Dewey Bros. 

" Messenger" Newspaper Office. 
Steamboat "Alpha." 
" " Louise," 

GREENSBORO. 
Stephens & Garrett. 

HENDERSON. 
Burgwyn, W. H. S. 

H ENDERSONVILLE. 
Anderson, Jas. 

HOT SPRINGS. 
Mountain Park Hotel. 
Southern Improvement Co. 

LAURENBITRG. 
Bizzell, A. F. 

MOKGANTOWN. 
N. C. Insane Asylum. 
Scroggs, F. M. 

NEWBERX. 
Hotel Albert. 
Crabtell, John H. & Co. 

RAI,EIGH. 
Brewster, J. C. 
Briggs, Thos. H. 



Stevenson, T. J. 
St. Mary's School. 

ROAN MOUNTAIN. 

Cloudland Hotel. 

SALEItl. 

Fries, F. H., residence. 
Vance, J. A., office. 

SUMTER. 
Winn, D. Jas. 
Sumter Cotton Mills. 

WILMINGTON. 
Grant, R. H. 
U. S. Marine Hospital. 
Burr & Bayley. 
U. S. Revenue Steamer " Colfax. 

■WINSTON, 
Bailey, P. N., residence. 
Brown, Rogers & Co. 
City Block. 

Gilmore, J. E., residence. 
Gray, Jas. A. 
Hanes. P. H., & Co. 
Miller Bros. 
Presbyterian Church, 
Tise, J. C, block. 
Vaughn, T. L., residence. 
Williamson, M. N. 

OREG-ON. 

ASHLAND. 

Myer, H. C. 

CORVALLIS. 

Benton County Court House. 
Public School Building. 

EAST PORTLAND. 
Breymen. A. H., residence. 
Ocobock, A. W., residence. 
Wade, R. M., residence. 

MT. TABOR. 
Clark, Mrs. Fred. J. 
Smith, J. H. 
Warner, J. G. 

PENDLETON. 

East Oregonian Building. 
East Oregonian Publishing Co. 
Umatilla County Court House. 

PORTLAND. 
Bickel, F., residence. 
Bullivant, J., residence. 
Comstock, Mrs. M., residence. 
DeHart, E. J., residence. 
Durham, Geo. H., residence. 
Everding, Henry, residence. 
Fisher, J. 

Gardner, W., & Co. 
Goldsmith & Lowenberg. 
Good Samaritan Hospital. 
Hegele, Chas., residence. 
Holman, Edward, residence. 
Ladd, Chas. E., residence. 
Lewis, C. H., residence. 



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Rbperences. 



Mitchell, W. H., residence. 
Multnomah County Court House. 
St. Mary's Academy. 
The John Barrett Co. 
Wallace, L. W., residence. 
Wilson, John, residence. 

OHIO. 

AKRON. 

Bowers, W. H. 
Brabes, O. 

Dodge & Plummer, ofiSce. 
Ginther, C. M. & Bro. 
Helpe, Henry, residence. 
Knight, Prof. R. S., residence. 
McNeil, J. C. & Co. 
Morgan, D. F. 
O'Neal & Dyus, block. 
Rankin, G. T., residence. 
Robb, John. 

ASHTABtTLA. 

Ashtabula Carriage Bow Co., factory. 
Ashtabula Gas Co., office. 
Crosby, J. B., & Sons. 
Hall, H. H., block. 
Hall, P. E., store. 

ATHENS. 

Patgison, D. P. 
Whitman, B. F. 

ATTICA. 
Sutton, Lester, bank. 

ATEBy, 

Stoakes. J. W. 

AVOXDALE. 
Dana, S. F. 

Granible, D. B., residence. 
Hillis, S. E., residence. 
Voorhies, A. B. . residence. 

BOWLING GREEN. 
The American Foundry & Machine Co. 
BROOKLTN VIL1.AGE. 

Fish. D. B. 

BOETRIES. 
County Infirmary. 

CANTON. 
Canton Mfg. Co. 
Conatton Railroad Depot. 
General City offices. 
Gibbs, Lewis, residence. 
. Harting, L. 

McGregor, John. 
Oby & Co. 

CARROLLTON. 
Ensign, F. E. 
Stockon, V. E. 

CATAHOGA FAI.I..S. 

Babcock, E. L.. residence. 
Falls Rivet & Machine Co., office. 
Kittleberger, C, residence. 
Stamburgh, H. J., residence. 



CINCINNATI. 

Aylard, N. K. 
Baiterman Bros. 
Bissett, Robert. 
Burkhardt. A. E. & Co. 
Burkhold & Co. 

Chamber of Commerce Building. 
Clark & Hawley. 
Cleveland Varnish Co., office. 
Cincinnati Lead, Pipe & Sheet Lead Works 
Crane, H. D. 
First National Bank. 
Frisbie, John L. 
Hinckle, Howard, residence. 
Howe, A. F., residence. 
Jewish Home for Aged and Infiim. 
Kirchner, Frank, residence. 
Keichling. J. 
Kirkup, Wm., & Sons. 
Laidlaw & Dunn Co. 
Mably & Carew, store. 
Maesbrink Building. 
Merchants National Bank. 
Merrie, Verhage & Co. 
Nickles, Dr. Samuel. 
Ohio Hospital. 
Perrin Estate Building. 
Reed, E. S., residence. 
Reed, L. A., residence. 
Rugg, G. W. , residence. 
Sargent, J. W., block. 
Schlmmer, Oliver. 
Smith Building. 
Standard Marble Works. 
Stearns & Faster, office. 
The Strobiidge Lithographing Co. 
Third National Bank. 
Thomas, M. 

CHICAGO JUNCTION. 

Balto. & Ohio R. R. Depot, 

CLEVELAND. 

Auschullz, C. R. 

Bethlehem Day Nursery. 

Botsford Car Heating Co. 

City Hospital. 

Clausen Building. 

Cleveland Steam Fitting Company. 

Hay, Col. John. 

Hawrea, M. .A.., residence. 

Howe, A. F. 

Jones, E. H. & Co. 

Levy, Isaac, residence. 

Levy, J. residence. 

Macbeth & Co. 

Mark's Ante Car Coupler Co. 

Mcintosh, Good .^ Huntington, 

Morgan Steam Heating Co. 

New Medical College Building. 

Ohio Gas Heater and Dryer Co. 

Rouse & Halls Co. 

Stillman Building. 



The W. Bingham Company. 
Worswick M'fg. Co. 

CLIFTON. 
Convent of the Sacred Heart. 
McDonald Alex., residence. 
Vass, J. H. 

COLLEGE HILL. 
Guno, John A., residence. 

COLUMBIA. 
Brown, John W, 
Burns, Straaton & Co. 
Columbia Rubber Co. 
Columbia Supply Co, 
Dennison, Mrs. Anna. 
Etown, Mrs. D. D. S. 
Fay, F. W. 

Haydon, P., Saddlery Hardware Co. 
Kelly, D. N. 
Kelly &'.Co. 

Knauss, Thomas E., residence. 
Knoderer, J. L. F. 
Neskie, Thos. & Co. 
Neil, S. 

Sacred Heart Church. 
Schwartz, A,, Plumbing Co, 

COLUMBUS. 
Balston, A. L. 
Columbus Insane Asylum. 
Columbus Brass & Steam Pipe Works. 
Deaf & Dumb Asylum, 
Hayden, Chas., residence. 
Hayden, Wm. B., residence. 
Hutchinson, S. G. 
Idiotic Asylum. 

DAYTON. 

Antrim, J. S., residence. 

Barney, E., store. 

Beckel House. 

Brooks & Kemper. 

Brooks & Son. 

Calahan, W. P., residence. 

Fauves & Congdon. 

Fourth National Bank. 

Friends, Howard, residence. 

Gibbons, M. F. 

Kramer, Wm., greenhouse and residence. 

Maltby, C, residence. 

McCormac, F. J. & Co. 

Mead. Col. D. E.. residence. 

Meceches, F., residence. 

Montgomery County Court House. 

O'Mtir's, M. Sons. 

Phillips House. 

Post Office building. 

Reynolds & Reynolds. 

Spinning, D. C, residence. 

Stimson, E. A. & Co. 

Stoddard Mfg. Co. 

Stomps, G. & Co. 

Teutonia Insurance Co. 

Trinity Church. 

Ware & Moodie. 



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Turning, -we are the 
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Country produc- 
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Architectural Design, 
fy COMPETITION. 

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front or outer surface of the jambs of the window so that the 

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References. 



EAST UVERPOOI,. 

Bursher, John M. 

EL.TKIA. 

Armstrong, Thos. J. 
Reefy, F. S. 

FINDLAY. 

School Building. 

FORRESTTIIXE. 

King, Phillip. 

FUSTORIA. 

Foster's, Sec, Block. 

FBEMONT. 

Johnson, J. C. 

GAtlON. 
Riblet, S. E. & Bro. 
Sponhauser& Gill. 

GIRARD. 
Scheible, L. E. 

GRANTILUE. 
Kerr, Mrs. W. P., residence. 

HAMILTON. 
Deumer, Chas., residence. 
Dcumer, Chas. & Co. 
Gilcrist, V. 
Henn, John P. 

Schneider. Joseph, residence. 
The Fisher Ice Tool Co. 
Zschan, A. E. 

IRONTON. 
Children's Home. 

JACKSON. 
U. S. Wire Nail Co. 

LIMA. 
Allen County Court House. 
Allen County Jail. 
Allen County Infirmary, 
Porter, W. L. , resider.ce. 
Baxter, A. C. 
Baxter & Co., 

LOUISTILXE. 

Bauman Bros. 

MASSILLON. 
Knapp & Dillon. 
Sailer, Peter. 

3IIAMISBURGH. 

Brookwater, D. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Thomas, J. K. 

MT. VERNON. 

Cooper, C. & G., & Co. 
Fairchild, F. L., residence. 
Gilmore, W. H. 
Union School Building. 

NEAVARK. 
Bailey, J. S., residence. 
Baker. M. Q., residence. 
Black. D. M.. residence. 
Black, Dr. J. R., residence. 
Burner, J. V. 
Burner. H. R., M. B. 
Davis, W. H., residence. 
Franklin, B., residence. 



Johnson, J. 
Jones. William. 
Kibler, Chas. H.. residence. 
McXamar. J. H., residence. 
Miller, A., residence. 
Miller, William, residence. 
Moore, Moses B., 
Newark W' ater Works, office. 
Peoples' National Bank. 
Sook, O. P., M.[D., office. 
Speer, A. T., M. D. 
Strong, Henry C, residence. 
Thomas, James E., residence. 
Tucker, John. 
Tucker & Sayre. 
Van Atta, Geo. 
W'inegarner, D. C, residence. 

NEW LISBON. 
Armstrong, P. 
Nichols, Wm. .A.. 

NTLES. 
Anderson, J. A. 
Winfield, W. C. 

NORWALK. 
Dunnison, Thomas. 
Owen, HenryJJr. 
Parker, John. 

OBERLIX. 
Decker, J.^H. 
Hurlburt, H. L. 
Jump, R. E. 
Oberlin Gas Light Co. 
Spear, Rev. C. B. 

PAINESTILLE. 
Joughlin, John. 
Wetherbee, E. G. 

PORTSMOUTH. 

Portsmouth Foundry & Machine Works. 
Portsmouth National Bank. 
RAVENNA. 

Portage County Court House. 

SAN-BISKT. 
Krantz, F. 
Engles & Krudwig. 
Sandusky Infirmary, 

SOUTH POINT. 
Davidson, Mrs. Capt. David, residence. 

SPRINGFIELD. 
Arcade Hotel. 
City Hospital. 
City Market. 
Desormoux, F. & Son. 
Willis R. P. & Son. 

STEUBENVILLE. 
City Hall. 
Opera House. 
The Steubenville Gas & Electric Co. 

THORNVILLE. 
Yost, J. 

TIFFIN. 

Baxter & Brown. 

Methodist Episcopal Church. 



School Building. 
Shawhan House. 

TOLEDO. 

Darst, H. M. 
Foster, S. Z. residence. 
Milburn, C. F., residence. 
Shaw, Kendall & Co. 
Thomas, G, W. 

UNION STATION. 

Moore, Moses B. 

VRBAN.t. 
W'eaver, Geo. A, 

WALNUT HILLS. 

Koester, C. F., residence. 
W^essell, Honces, residence. 

WARREN. 
Kirk, Christy, & Co. 
Lyman, Dr. A. E.. residence. 
Pendleton, W. C. 
Scholl, Semple & Co. 
Stiles, Wm. R. 

WAUSCON. 
BrighamH., residence. 
Brigham & Lyons. 
Bryant & Harris. 
Eages, Henr)-, residence. 
Fisher & Harris. 
Harris, W. S., residence. 
Howe Bros, office. 
Hubbell, W. F. , residence. 
Terrell, Dr., office and residence. 
Williams, Walter, residence. 

WEST CLEVELAND. 

Auschnetz, C. R. 

WOOSTER. 

Aglesworth, Mrs. Warren, residence. 

Boyd, S. H., residence. 

Foss, W, D. , residence. 

McClure & Craighead. 

Miller, D. D., & Co. 

Miller, F. W. 

Overholt, J. S. R., residence. 

Tieche, J. C, residence. 

W'inster, F. S. 

Winster, J. F. 

WYOMING. 
Blair, J. M. 
Fo.x, John. W. 

YOUNGSTOATN. 
Helen Memorial Chapel. 

ZANESVILLE. 
American Encaustic Tiling Company. 
Bailey, Willis, residence. 
Clarendon Hotel. 
Gibbons, Geo. residence. 
Griffith, Thos. residence. 
Hoge, John, residence. 
Leroy & Stemm, store. 
Lindsay, H. C. 
Newkirk. Wm. S. 

New Passenger Depot B. & O. Rail Road. 
Pinkerton, J. W., store. 
Roeckel, A. 



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and positive in its operation. 

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out of order ; can he attached to any hot 
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Many manufacturers have j('(]1(d it 
and ship one with every hoiler. 

In all cases it has jiroven itself a profit- 
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Reperences. 



Stansburg, Geo. 

Scevens, Wheeler, residence. 
Townsend, \V. C, residence. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

ABINGTON. 

DiUer, W. R. 

AttESTOW.N. 
Addis, James H. 
Albright, Son & Co. 
Allen House. 

.\llentown Steam Heat & Power Co. 
AUentown Spinning Co., office. 
Birchall & Panon. 
Earl, E. M. 
Earle & Graffin. 
Evens, Seagreares & Co. 
Grossman. VT. iSc Co., factory. 
Johnston & Swanz. factory. 
Lehigh Iron Compiny. 
Leiberman, Joseph, office. 
Lentz, John E., office. 
Lindenmaith, A. L. 
Mosser, W. F. 

Sacred Heart, church, school and residence. 
Seagreaves, Geo. W., store. 
Seagreares, Miles F., residence. 
Second Xational Bank. 
Shafer & Willenbacker. 
Taylor, W. H. & Co. 
Trexler & Hartzell. 
UyUe, D. 
Wolf, A. X. & Co. 

AITOOKA. 
Akers, A. E. 

Blanchard, W. £., residence. 
Bloomenthal, Joel. 
Cannon, M. H. 
Cauley, H. M. 
Delane, P. J. 
Dern, H. C, residence. 
Elder, R. T. 
Fay, John. M.D. 
Harris, W. H. 
Mateer, J. Ross. 
McCauley, J. H., residence. 
McLanahan & Stone, 
ilechanics' Librar)'. 
Mervine, N'. P. 
Mountain City Thealie. 
O'Reilly, Rev. N. J. 
P. R. R. Depot. 
St. John's School. 
St. Luke's Episcopal Church. 
Stone, Geo. R. 
Stranton, G. W. 
Wolf. A. R., & Co. 
Wylie, Charles. 

Wylie, David. 

AMBLER. 

Buchanan, Joseph, store. 

Keasby S Mattison. chemical works. 

The Magnesia Sectional Covering Co. 



ASHL.4ND. 

Beech, Peter" E., 

Biddle, L C. 

Citizens' National Bank Building. 

First Ward School House. 

Marr. W. A. 

McConnell & Bro. 

Miners' Hospital. 

Phillips, D. D., residence. 

Salada. John. 

St. Joseph's Catholic Parsonage. 

Slate Hospital. 

ATHENS. 
Scimpson House. 

ATtAXTIC CITT. 
Chalfonte House. 
Develin, C. A. & Co. 
English, Matthew, hotel. 
Roberts, E. & Son. 

ArDE>"BECK. 
[ HoUenbeck, J. J. 

[ AUDENREID. 

Bullock, E. L., residence. 

Dodson, C. M. & Co. 

HoUenbeck. J. S. 
i Lehigh & Wilkes Barre Coal Co. 
I Presbyterian Church. 
' Stout, F. S., residence. 
i BANGOR. 

j Bozzards, Dr. J., residence. 

Ditchett, Thos., residence. 

First Xational Bank. 

Flory, S. & Co. 

High School. 

Houck, J. Frank. 

Hyatt Schove Slate Factory. 

Jackson, Richard, residence. 

Long, J. E. , residence. 

Oberholtzer, A. A. 

Opera House. 

Opera House Drug Store. 

Paffs, A. M., residence. 

Snyder & Hawley. 

Snyder i: Houck. 

St. John's Reformed Church. 

St. John's Reformed Church Parsonage. 

Wolf, John, residence. 

BARSESTON. 

Isabella Furnace and Offices. 
BABTO. 

Shultz, Mrs. Marj- A. >L. residence. 
BATTLE CREEK. 

Bock & Adams. 

BEATER BR0 3K. 

Bullock, E. L. 

BEATERSTO W>'. 

Specht, A. B. 

BEDFORD. 

Daniels, Dr. A. C residence. 
Emory, L. Jr. i Co. 



Hawkins, Geo. C. 
Luiz, John. 

BELLEFONTE. 

.\rcade Building. 
Barnard, Prof. L. H. 
Beaver, ex-Gov. Jas. H., residenci 
B. E. V. R. R. Station. 
Brokenhoff House. 
Bush, Mrs. G. D., residence. 
Bush House. 
Center Banking Co. 
Crides, P. B. &]Son. 
Crides. F. W., residence. 
First Xational Bank. 
Free Masons. 

Furst, Hon. A. O. , residence. 
Gannon, D. & Sons. 
Garman Hotel. 
Hale, Dr., residence. 
Hastings, Gen. D. H. 
Humes, E. C, residence. 
Jenkins & Lingel. 
Logan Machine Works. 
Mann, J. F. & Co., office. 
Olds, F. L. 

Orvis, Hon. J. H., residence. 
P. R. R. Station. 
Reynolds, W. & Co., stores. 
Rhoads, Hon. Daniel, residence. 
Schad, R. J. 
State College. 

Valentine, Roben. residence. 
BELLWOOD. 
Ghen,T. A. 

BENNETT ST.iTION. 

Thomas. Dr. A. D. 

BENETEW F.ARM. 
Derr, Thompson. 

BE.VEZET. 

Gilbert, S. H. 

BERKS COCNTr. 

DeLong, E. 

BERtrs. 

Floto, A. C. 
Kressinger, C. .^. M. 
Lutheran Church. 
Reitz, D. G. & Son. 

BERWICK. 

Evans, C. C. 

Fairchilds, Jno. M., hotel. 

The Jackson & Woodin Mfg. Co. 

BERWTS. 

Cleaver, I. A. 
Leamy, N. P. 
Neyo, P. J. 
Oteham, J. 

BETHLEHEJI. 

Bethlehem Iron Company. 

Silk Mill. 
Brinker, A., residence. 
Church of the Holy Infancy. 



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NO. 9 
BOLTON HEATER 

LIGHTED BY 

100 LIGHT 

COM Bl NATION 

GAS 

MACHINE. 




Gentlemen ; 

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continue to be the joy of 
my new house, and I can- 
not tell you how I appre- 
ciate ^the unqueBtionable 
economy and perfection of 
both. 

MoBt truly yourB, 
GEO. L. MILLER. 



EESIDENOE OF DR. GEO. L. MILLEE, " SEYMOUK PARK," OMAHA, NEB. 



BOLTON 

HOT WATER HEATER. 

JKKKMIAH DHVKli, President Micliigau Stove Co., writes: 

Detroit. Mich., April 2'i, 1889. 
(iESTLEMEN :— It wa9 Only after coneiderable tliought by my aeeoci- 
atee and self tliat we concluded hot water was the be8L artificial heat. 

Your KoLTON Hot Watek Heater I consider A 1, and your Bystem 
of circulation and workmanship is well done and every way satisfactory 
to myself and family, and I take great pleasure in making this state- 
ment. Yours respectfully. 

Setnl for Ifliistrafcfl Hook, 

"WARMTH FOR WINTER HOMES." 





COMBINATION 

GAS MACHINE. 

r. .lOllNSON, Merchant, Anna, Illinois, writes: 

February 8, 1890. 
" Have used your Gas Machine ten years. // gives better light ifian the incar^ 
descent electric light, at one-quarter cost.'' 

Send for Illustrated Book, 
"LIGHT FOR EVENING HOURS." 



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470 WIGHT ST., DETROIT, MICH. 

CHICAGO, 88 LAKE ST. 

BOSTON, 42 PEARL ST. ST. LOUIS, 508 N. FOUBTH ST. 

NEW OBLEANS, 182 OBAYIEB ST. 

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Cox, Mrs. MaryE., residence. 

Dodson, T. N'., residence. 

Fetter, M. C, hotel. 

General Office L. V. R. R. Co. 

Jetter, Tinsley. 

Johnston, Joseph, residence. 

Laufer, Edwin. 

Lehigh University. 

L. V. R. R. Cos'. Office. 

" " Laboratory. 

" " Car House. 

McKee & Milson. 
Milson, Thos. H., residence. 
Myers, Richard, residence. 
Naylor, Mary A., residence. 
Newman, J., residence. 
Pacific House. 
Post Office. 
Rauch, John, store. 
Rice, Thos. J. 
Rice, J. J. 

Sayre, Robt. H., General Manager, L.V.R.R. 
Society House. 
Sloyer, David, residence. 
Stahr, Geo. F., residence. 
St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital. 
Wilbur C. E. 
Wolle, S. O. 
Worsly, C, residence. 

BGN. 9IA1TI. 
Bevan Bros. 

BIBDSBORO. 
Brooke, E. & G. Iron Co., office. 
March, F J., residence. 

BLACKLICK. 
Blacklick Mnfg. Co. , store. 
Weldren, E. H., residence. 

BLACK WALNUT. 
Stroud, Jacob. 

BI,.4.IKSVIIXIS. 
Blairsville Female Seminary. 
Harvey, Jno., store. 
Kirtland, A. P. 
Pennsylvania Railroad Depot. 
BI.OOM>>BCR6. 
Barton, Caleb, residence, 
Billmeyer, F. P., residence. 
Bloomsburg Steam & Electric Light Co. 
Brower, E. B. 
Campbell, Chas. 
Clark, H. J., residence. 
Columbia County Court House. 
Court House. 
Creasy, C. A., residence. 
Creasy, D. A., residence and store. 
Deutlar, Frank. 
Eshleman & Wolf. 
Eut. Mrs. M. E., store and office. 
Eyer, Wesley. 
Fetterman, J. 
First National Bank. 
JIartman & Edgar. 



Herring, Grant S. .Residence. 

Ikler, E. R., residence. 

Kane, Col. 

Knapp, C. F. 

Lockard, John E., store and offices. 

Moyer Bros. 

Moyer, L. N'., residence. 

Moyer, W. L. , residence. 

N'eal, R. C, residence. 

Neal, Wm., residence. 

Paul, E., office. 

Peacock, C. C, residence. 

Reber, Dr. W. M., residence. 

Reeber, Dr. J. 

Robbins, C. B.. residence. 

Robbins, Geo' S., residence. 

Runyan, Layton. 

Sairts, B. F. 

Schoch, A. Z., residence. 

Sharpless, Lloyd, store. 

Stoan, Miss Sarah, residence. 

St. Paul's Episcopal Parsonage. 

The Rest Cure. 

Waller, David J.. Jr., residence. 

Waller, David J., Sr.. residence. 

Willetts, Dr. J. 

Wintersteen, L. S , residence. 

Wirt, S. E. 

Wonterskein, L. 

BOSTON. 

Shultz, Miss Mary A. 

BOWERS STATION. 

DeLong, E., residence. 
Schweger, D. H., residence. 

BOYERSTOWN. 
Aaron, C. F., store. 
Brauss, P. A. & Co., store. 
Brumbach, V. C, store and residence. 
Farmers' National Bank. 
Freed, S. C. , residence. 
Geiger, J. D. F., store. 
Graver, Dr. J. D., residence. 
Latshaw, B. Irwin, residence. 
Latshaw, S. B., hall. 
Latshaw, S. B., residence. 
Moarys, M. A., residence. 
Nix, J. J., residence. 
Schelegel, Daniel. 

BRADFORD. 
Bradford Electric Light and Power Co. 
Emery, L. J. & Co. 
Masonic Temple. 
Miloin, T. J., residence. 
Producers' Oil Exchange. 

BRADDOCK. 
Dowler, E. R. 

BRIDESBURG. 
Laboratory. E. & G. Brooks Iron Co. 
Lyford, Major L. C, residence. 

BRIDGEPORT. 
Newton, I. 



BRISTOL. 

Grundy, Wm. H. & Co. 

St. Mary's Church. 

W'ilson & Fennimore, offices. 

BROCKWATSTII.I.E. 
Cartwright, B. E., store. 

Bl'TLER 

Hunter & Hoff. 

CANTON. 

Inness, C. A., residence. 
Inness, J. K., residence. 

CARBONDALE. 
Crane, I. 
Parry, Thos. W. 

CARLISLE. 

Carlisle Mfg. Co. 

Henninger, Dr. George, residence. 
CARMICHAELS. 

Gibbons, Dr. .\. J. 

CARROLLTOWN. 

St. Benedict Church. 

CARWKNSVILLB. 

Patton, -A.. E. , residence. 

CAT.V^AVQVA. 

Catasauqua Mfg. Company's Office. 

Holly Wee Coffee House. 

Hunt, Joseph, residence. 

Milson, Daniel, residence. 

Pioneer Mining and Manufacturing Co. 

Thomas, Edwin. 

Thomas, Samuel, residence. 

Williams, J., residence. 

Wilson, Samuel. 

CATAWISSA. 
Schwick, Charles. 

CENTR.\LIA. 
Catholic Church. 
Church of St. Ignatius. 
Pastoral residence of St. Ignatius Church. 
Russell, Rev. J., residence. 
Troutman, Geo. 

CHA3IBERSBURG. 
County Jail. 

Cumberland Valley R. R. 
Eyster, W. H., 

Franklin County Court House. 
Gehr, Hon. H., residence. 
Gilbert, Daniel. 
Gilbert, H. S. & Co. 
Hastings, G., 
Haycock, Dr. A. B. 
Hill & Crawford. 
Ives, Major Chauncey. 
Kennedy. T. B. 
McGrath, A. C. 
McKinley, W. H., hotel. 
Miller, J. B. 
Monath, Sam'l. 
Nixon, Jacob S., 
Rinick, Jacob. 



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Reperences. 



Rosedale Opera'House. 
Shank, W. H., hotel. 
Taylor Mfg. Company. 
Washington House. 
Wilson Female'College. 
Wolf, A. & Co., mill. 

CHESTER. 
Arasapha Mfg. Co., office. 
Baker, J. F. 
Bickley, W. H., store. 
Blakeley Co. 
Burke, W. Scott. 

Chester Foundry and Machine Co., office. 
Chester Electric Light and Power Co. 
Chester Pipe Tube Co. 
Chester Bank and Saving Fund. 
Clayton, T. J. 
Crowther, S., residence. 
Delaware County National Bank. 

Eureka Steel Works. 
Gartsede, J. P. h Son. 
Gartside & Turner. 

Hatton, M. S., residence. 

Hetzel, G. E. & Co. 

Hotel Cambridge. 

Lincoln Mfg. Go. 

Mather, William. 

McMann W. S., residence. 

Palmer, Rees, residence. 

Rawlins, J. H., residence. 

Shaw, Esvey & Co. 

Shaw, Hugh. 

Smith, Mrs. Geo. 

Stewart, James F. 

Turner, S. C, office and shop. 

Wetheril, Robert, & Co., office and drawin; 
room. 

CHICKIES. 

Penna. Railroad Depot. 

CHRISTIAN. 

Pownall, J. D. C. 

CLARION. 

Arnold's M., building. 

CLARK'S SUMMIT. 

Scranton Poor District. 

CLEARFIELD. 

County Jail. 
Johnson, Fred & Bro. 

CLENOLDEN. 
Urian, Wm. 

COATESVILLE. 
Harlans, Hon. A. W., residence. 
Horton, A. F. 
Sotter, George & Co. 
Speakman, J. 
Stevens House. 

COLLEGEVILLE. 
Landers, Jos. C. 
Williard, P. 
Yost, Geo. W. 



COLUMBIA. 

Craig. Dr. A., residence. 
Emons, Chas. 
Heise, H. H., residence. 
Markels, C. F. 
Meckel & Paine. 
Patton. Wm. F. 
P. R. R. Depot. 
R. & C. Railroad Depot. 
Rothschild, Jacob, store. 
Tremont House. 
Warren Jno., store. 
Wilson Hiram. 
Yergey, H. F. , store. 

CONNEAUTVILliE. 
Warmald, Robert, residence. 
Warmald, Mrs J., residence. 

CONNELLSVILLE. 
Balsley, J. R., residence. 
Lytle & Soisson. 
Munson Bros. 
Munson, George A. 
Munson, John C. 
Youghiogheny Bank. 

CONFLUENCE. 
Kurtz, Henry. 

CONSHOHOCKEN. 
Bate, R. H., residence. 
Bates, William, & Son. 
Cleaves, J. 
First National Bank. 

COOPERSBURG. 
Cooper, T. S. 

COPLAY. 

American Improved Cement Co. 
CORNWALL,. 

Coleman, Miss S. H. 

Cornwall Iron Co. 

Cornwall Ore Bank. 

Cornwall Railroad Co. 

Del. River Iron ShipBuil'dgiS: Engine Room 

Freeman, W. C. 

CORY. 
Barlow, Brigham & Follert. 
Blair, Dr. H. W. 
Harmon, Gibbs & Co. 
St. Thomas' Church. 

CRESSON. 
St. Frances' College. 

DAMASCUS. 
Irvine, Mrs. Alexander. 
Variety Wood Working Co. 

DANVILLE. 
Angle, F. C. 
Boyd, D. M. 

Gerwiger, John K., hotel. 
Kearns, Henry. 
Monton House. 
Opera House. 
Riche, James. 
Scofield, J. E. & Co. 
State Hospital for Insane. 



Thos. Beowes Free Library. 
Wetzel, C. S. 
Wetzel, E. W. 
Wilmer & Cole. 

DAWNINGTOWN. 
Dawning, Chas. A., residence. 
High School Building. 
Methodist Church. 
Morgan, Wm., store and residence. 
Sides, H. B., store. 

DE LANCET. 
Clunde, Adrian. 

DICKSON CITY. 
Moosic Coal Co. 

DOCGLASSVILLE. 
Gorrell, Mrs. Robert, residence. 
DOWNINGTON. 
Gordon, Jas. R. 

DOVLESTOWN. 
Kane & Rufe. 

DU BO IS. 
Boyles, B. W. 
Commercial Hotel. 
Dale, J. E. 
DuBois, J. E. 
Fowler, C. R. 
Hebner, Hallester & Co. 
Horner, J. 
Krearr, H. S. 
Loeb, H. 
Mac Nun, H. S. 
National Hotel. 
Nettleton, E. B. 
Pettigrevv, Dr. S. H. 
Vosburg, E. F. 
Vosburg, G. R. 

DUNCANNON. 
Richter, W. H. 

DUSHORE. 
Convent. 

Denslow, W, H. & Co. 
Jackson, Mrs. B, W. 
Jackson, Geo. C. 
St. Basil's Church. 
Thomson, R. J. 

EAST FALLS. 
Bew, James H. 

EAST GREENVILLE. 
Krauss Bros. 
Perkimes National Bank. 
Robb. Dr. H. 

BA.ST MAUCH CHUNK. 
Pollock, J. 
Sharp, Miss. 

EAST STBOUDSBURG. 
East Stroudsburg National Bank. 
Saunders & Wetzel. 
Stauffers, Geo. E. 

EASTON. 
Andrews & Nolf. 
Brown, John, estate. 
Brown, John, residence. 



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Court House^Hotel. 

C. R. R. Co., new depot. 

Daub, Wm. H., factory. 

Downs, J. S., residence. 

Drakes, Jno., Sons& Co. 

Evans, P. C. 

Gebhardt, C. 

Geiser, Geo. W. 

Glendon Iron Co. 

Griffiths, Wm,, residence. 

Ivey, Mrs. E., residence. 

Keller, Wm. H., store. 

Kelly, W. L. 

Kinsey, W. P., residence. 

Lawall, Walter, residence. 

Leitz, Charles. 

Masonic Temple. 

Messinger, S. S. , Son. 

Moore, J. M. 

Morrison, C, residence. 

Northampton County Court House. 

Northampton County Prison. 

Norton, H. M. 

Osterstock, Joseph S. 

Pardee Hall. 

Pascoe, W. F. 

Peacock, R., & Son. 

Pomfert Building. 

Porter's Block. 

Raub Jacob. 

Rinck, Henry. 

Steckel, Henry, residence. 

Stout, John v., residence. 

Taub, W. H. 

Temple of Music. 

Thompson, William, residence. 

Trumboro, Samuel. 

Uhler, Dr., store and house. 

William Hackett Estate. 

Wilson Bros. 

EDINBOROUGH. 
State Normal School. 

EDDINGTON. 
St. John's Industrial School. 

ELIZABETHTOWN. 
Boggs & Dissinger. 
Beech & Hersey. 
Bush, A. & Sons. 
Coble, E. E. store and residence. 
Eaby, Simon A., residence. 
Elizabethtown E.\change Bank. 
Elizabethtown National Bank. 
Farmers' Bank. 
Heisey, A. G., residence. 

EMPORIUM. 
Sage, C. H. Jr. 

ENGLISH ECNTER. 
Davidge & Co. 
Horton, C. S., residence. 

ERIE. 
Ashley & Vincent's Building. 
Ball, Hon. G. J. 



Brein, R. O., residence. 

Butler, M. 

Butler, W. J. 

Carey & Campbell. 

Casey, James, residence. 

Downing, Hon. J. F., residence. 

Downing, Hon. J. F., Ins. Building. 

Dumgaris, Dr., residence. 

Dunning, M. A. 

Dunnigan, Dr. M. C, residence. 

Erie County Court House. 

Galbraith, Hon. W. A., residence. 

Hall, L. H., residence. 

High School. 

Jarecki, Charles, residence. 

Kochler, F. & Co. 

Macintosh, J. C, residence. 

Masonic Building. 

Mercer County Court House. 

Mercer County Alms House. 

Miller Bros. 

O'Brien, R., residence. 

Orphan Asylum. 

Porsch Bros. 

Reed, Hon. Chas. M., residence. 

Reed Estate. 

Reed House. 

Scoet, W. L., residence. 

Sims, Henry. 

Strong, Chas. H., residence. 

Taylor, M. H., residence. 

Tracy, D. D., residence. 

Talcott, Geo., residence. 

Williams, R. T., & Co. 

ESCHBACH. 
Brunner, Dr. Frank, residence. 
Harris, W. D. 
Heins, W. D. 
Schlegel, Daniel. 

EVENSBURGH. 
Alms House. 

FERNDALE. 
Catasauqua Manufacturing Co., offices. 

FI.EMINGTON. 
Humphrey, L., residence. 

FLEETWOOD. 
Schaeffer & Merkel & Co. 

FLORIN. 
Kriess, Dr. P. L. 

FOXBURGH. 

Foxburgh Hotel. 

FRAINERS. 

Frainer, D. & Sons. 
Frainer, D. 
Frainer, E. E. 
Frainer, W. E. 

FRANKFOBD. 

Conly, James. 
Hart, Chas. 
McFarland, Edwin. 

FRANKLIN. 
Bunce, J. H. 
City Hall. 



Clarke & Bunce. 

Clarkson, R. S. 

Eclipse Lubricating Oil Co. 

Millers, Hon. Chas., residence. 

FKEE.tlANSUURGH. 
Knecht, John. 

GALESBURY. 
Frost Mfg Co. 

GAKNVILLB CENTRE. 
Inness, J. A., residence. 

GARVEN. 
Spinner, M. 

GBRMANTOWN. 
Ayers, Wm. M. 
Cope, E., residence. 
Eberlie, Chas. L., residence. 
Gregg, Col. Wm. 
Green, Stephen. 
Haines, W. H. 
Hendrickson, S. A. 
Hinkle, David, residence. 
King, J., residence. 
Kinney & Garrett. 
Longstreet, Samuel, residence. 
Mauple, Nathan, residence and store. 
McCann & Savage, office. 
Miller, Geo., residence. 
Paul, H. S. 
Pilling, W. S. 
Savage, Howard J., office. 
Sharpless, W. S., residence. 
Shore, Jas., & Co. 
Woodcock, Thos., & Son. 

GETTISBUBG. 
Armor, R. D., & Son. 
Diehl, Dr. Howard L. 
Timmins, F. M. 
Ulrich, L. L. 

GIRARDSVILLE. 
Beacey, Thomas, residence. 
Eberle, Christian, store and post office. 
Morrell, James, residence and store. 
Parker, Wm. G. 

GLEN LTON. 
Susquehanna Coal Co., supply store. 

GLEN RIDDLE. 

Chapel Residence of Sisters of St. Frances. 

GONSHOKEN. 
Catholic Church. 

GREEN CASTLE. 
McLanahan, A. G. 
Rahauser, J. P., & Bro. 

GBEENSBUR6H. 
Sloan, S. J. 
Westmoreland County Alms House. 

GREENVILLE. 
Beatty, Wm., residence. 
Blair, J. F., residence. 
Chase, G. B., residence. 
Fell's Hotel. 

Maxwell, Wm., residence, 
Packard, D. P. 
Stone, Thos. 



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Gentlemen :- 

You are entitled to an expression of my opinioTi in 
reference to the merits of your radiators. I have been using ra- 
diators for many years in various buildings owned by me. More 
recently, I have used those manufactured by your Company; and 
have used them exclusively in the "Potter Building," 38 Park row. 

Thus far, they have proved themselves equal to your recommenda- 
tion of them, and I am confident they will continue to do so. 

They were set with the greatest care by Messrs. Gillis & Geoghe- 
gan; and the efficient and equal distribution of heat throughout 
the building I have never seen equalled. They are entirely noise 
less, easily managed, and accomplish everything to be desired in a 
steam radiator. 

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REPERENeES. 



GROVEK. 

Inness, Daniel, residence. 

GULF MILIS. 

Henderson & Supplee. 
MacFarland, Elbridge. 
McFarland, J. A. 

HAGEKSTOWN. 
C. V. R. R. Co., depot. 

HAMDON. 

Lahr, F. A. 

HANOVER. 

Bingley, J. J. 

Hosteller, E. H. & Bro., store. 

Keagy, Jas. G. 

Young, J. S. & Co. 

Young, J. S., office. 

Young, N. E., residence. 

Young, W. 

HAKRISBCRGH. 
Alms House. 
Bergner, Chas. H. 
Bigler, Samuel, residence. 
Bochman, F. A. 
Bradley, P. P. 
Coover, Mrs. B. H. 
Hammersley & Co., offices. 
Harrisburgh Boiler and Mfg. Co, 
Harrisburgh National Bank. 
Harrisburgh Stove and Steam Heating Co. 
Harrisburgh Steam Heating and Power Co. 
Harrisburgh Telegram Building. 
Hazleton Depot. 
Hildrup,W. F. 
Holberts, H., residence. 
Kelker Bros. 
Lochiel Hotel. 
Marklays, Dr., drug store. 
Mayor's Office. 
Mitchell, E. B. 

Pennsylvania State Lunatic Asylum. 
Quickel, H. F. 
Roelech, Wm. 

Shoemakers, Jno. R., residence. 
Snyder, Edward, residence. 
State Capitol Building. 
St. Patrick's Cathedral. 

HATBORO. 

Cope, Alfred. 
Hallowell, Wm. 
Monkley, Dr. A. W. 

HAWLEY. 
Atkinson, Joseph, residence. 
Dexler, Lambert & Co., of5ce. 
Hawley Glass Co., office. 
Milliam, Hon. James, residence. 
Murray, E. V. 
Suydam, W. F., residence. 
Torry, E. F. 

HAZELTON. 
Allison & Warren. 
Allison, L. S. 
Bright, hC.,k Co. 



Brill, Chas. 

Central Hotel. 

Deisroth, William. 

Dershuck, Peter. 

Dryfoos, H., 'market. 

Episcopal Church. 

First NationarBank. 

Gibbons, Geo. 

Gorman, G. D., store. 

Hazleton Machine and Supply Co,'s Store. 

Hazleton Savings Bank. 

Kisner, Wm. 

Landerburn, Smith & Deisroth, store. 

Laudabachs, W., residence. 

L. V. R. R. Depot. 

Mandaville, H. E., & Co. 

Markle Bros. & Co., bank. 

McNair, T. S., residence. 

Miner's Hospital. 

Moyer, John H. 

Opera House. 

Pardee, A., & Co. 

Piatt, A. P., store. 

Schaffer, Geo. 

Silverbrook Coal Co. 

Smith, Sampson, residence. 

Town Hall. 

Valley Hotel. 

Williams, Jno. M. 

HOKENDAUQUA. 
Fetridge, D. W. M. 
The Thomas Iron Co. 

HOLLIDAYSBURGH. 
Colvin, S. A,, residence. 
McLanahan & Stone. 
Wolf, J. S. 

HOMEWOOD. 
Swartze, J. E., residence. 

HONESDALE. 
Allen House. 
Baker, H. F. 
Clarke, T. B. & Co. 
Darflinger, L. J. 

Delaware & Hudson R. R Depot. 
Honesdale High School, 2 Bldg, 
Honesdale Iron Works. 
Irving Cliff Hotel. 
Knapp, Charles E. 
Menner, David. 
National Bank. 
Powell, S. W. 
Rose, L. O, 

Torrey, E. F., residence. 
Wayne Co. Saving Bank. 

HUNTINGTON. 
Africa, B. F. 
Akers, T. H., residence. 
Akers, Mrs. M. R. and daughter, store. 
Gage, G. F. , residence. 
Holy Trinity Catholic Church. 
Huntingdon Gas Co., office. 



Isenberg & Stewart, store rooms. 
Read, C. C, residence. 

HUNTINGDON VAI,I.ET. 
Jones, Hallowell & Bethayers. 
HYNDMAN. 

Hoblitzell, Geo. 

INDIANA. 

American House. 

Blair, Jno. P., residence. 

Catholic Church. 

Catholic Parsonage. 

Cosmopolitan Club House. 

County Jail. 

Court House. 

Cunningham, A. V. 

Dougherty, Jas. R., residence. 

Ellis, David, residence. 

Ellis, Griffith, residence. 

Guthrie, J. M., residence. 

Hamilton, George T. 

Hildebrand, T. E., store. 

Laughry, W. R. & Co., store. 

McCartney, S. M., & Son. 

McCartney, S. M., residence. 

Penn. State Normal School. 

Penn. Flouring Mills. 

Steetle, J. T. 

Sutton, Jno. W., residence. 

Sullon Bros. & Bell. 

Taylor, Ale.x. 

Thompson, H. S,, residence. 

Wood, Mrs. Harvey, residence. 

Wood, Mis. Harvey, conservatory, 

IRWIN. 
Schull, J. R. 

JENKENTOWN. 
Baker, A. H. 
Bates, L. M. 
Gaskill, U. B. 

JENNYN. 
Moosic Powder Co. 

JERSEYMAN. 
Stocher, J. F. 

JERSEY SHORE. 
Beech Creek R. R. 
Hepburn, M. P. 

JOHNSTOWN. 

Bailey, S. C, &_Co. 

Cambria Iron Co., Club House. 

General Offices and Laboratories. 

Johnson & Co. 

Johnstown Supply Co. 

Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Waters, J. H., & Bro. 

KENNBTT SQUARE. 
Larkin, C. 
Public Schools. 

KIDI,EY FARE. 
Kidley Park Hotel. 

KINGSTON. 
D., L. & W. R. R. Station. 
Kingston Coal Company. 



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Monks & Shephard. 
Payne, W C, & Co. 
Rost, A. J. 

KITTANNING. 

Reickert Bros. 

Reickert, J. E., residence and store. 

KLINE'S GROVE. 
Deer, John. 

KNOXVILLE. 
Wass, David. 

LAFAYETTE. 

Hamilton, \V. C. 

L.\>'CASTER. 

Arnold, J. T. 

Bachler, L. H. 

Bachler, Mrs. Sophia, residence. 

Best, John, & Sons. 

Best, John, residence. 

Blickenderfer, N. 

Brubaker, Roland, residence. 

Buckins, B. R. 

Daily Intelligence Office. 

Diller, I. & Son. 

Eberly. A. J., residence. 

Flinn & Brcnneneau. 

Fulton Opera House. 

Graham, Dana, residence. 

Heitshn, \Vm. 

Hotel Franke. 

Intelligencer Piinting & Publishing Co. 

Johnson, O. S., & Co., store. 

Keller, Jno. residence. 

Kendig. John S. 

Keystone Lock Works. 

Krauskop, F. L., residence. 

Lancaster Steam Laundry Co. 

Lancaster Mannaerchor. 

Lancaster Hotel. 

Lancaster Cork Works. 

Leopard Hotel. 

Lipp, H. S., residence. 

Mannerchor Hall. 

Martin, J. B., store. 

Mayer, Israel P., residence. 

Metzger, J. L., residence. 

Northern National Bank. 

People's National Bank. 

Prangle, James, residence. 

Reed, McGrann & Co., bank building. 

Rhoads, H. Z., store. 

Ricker, F. A., residence. 

Rohrer, Jeremiah, residence and store. 

Rohrer, Dr. George. 

Rudy, Martin, residence. 

Smith, W. J. 

Stamm, Frederick, residence. 

Steinmetz, J L., residence. 

Steinman, G. M., store. 

Steltler, S. N. & Co.. store. 

St. Mary's Academy. 

Welchaus, A. C. 

Yecker, B., residence. 



LANDISVILLE. 

Kauffman, J. H. 
Long, C. 

LANSDALE. 

Efifrig, Samuel, & Co. 
Godshall, J. C. 
Jacobs, J. N. 
Jones, Isaac. 
Lansdale M. E. Church. 
Lansdale Trust Co. 
Stetson, C. 

LANSDOWNE. 
Pennock, Charles E. 

I.ANSFORD. 
Drumheller, William. 

I.ARABEI:. 
Carpenter, J. H. 

LEBANON. 
American House. 
Boyes, Bassler, residence. 
Boyes, Isaac, store and residence. 
Bressler & Sprang. 
Coleman, Mrs. G. D., residence. 
Coleman, R. H., office. 
Cornwall & Lebanon R. R. Co., offices. 
First National Bank. 
Gossler, James, store. 
Greenawalt, P. S., residence. 
Gross, H. h., residence. 
Hoffman, G. W., residence and store. 
Karch, Jacob, residence. 
Krause, George, & Co. 
Lautz, C. R., building. 
Lebanon County Court House. 
Lebanon Furnace Co., office. 
Lebanon House. 
Lebanon Iron Co., office. 
Lebanon Steam'Co. 
Mahaney, G. W. 
Martin & Bowman, residence. 
Mathew & Zerman. 
McLaughlin, H., & Son. 
Mease, Mr., residence. 
Meigs, H. V. L., residence. 
Penn. Bolt & Nut Works. 
Ranch, J. B., store. 
Schools, George W., store. 
Seventh Street Lutheran Church. 
Trust & Safe Deposit Bank Block. 
Uhler, Clarence, residence. 
United E.xpress Office. 
Valley National Bank. 
Walmer, T. S., residence. 
Weimer, L. E., residence. 
Weimer, Jno. \., residence. 
Weiss, Samuel, M.D., residence. 
Wolf, Isaac. 
Young, James. 
Zehneder, W. D., residence. 

LEHIGHTON. 
Lehigh Valley Spring Works. 



LEWISBURG. 

Baker House. 
Benshoff, L. A., & Co. 
Bucknell Female Institute. 
Brown & Dankles, store. 
Central Manufacturing Co. 
Dill. Hon. A. H.. store. 
Dill, Hon. A. H.. residence. 
Dreisbach, C, office. 
Lewisburg Plumbing Co. 
Reber, David, residence. 

LINCOLN STATION. 
Burling, W. N. 

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 
Cope, Josiah, 

LITIZ. 
Brubacker, N. K. 
Buckhart, A. M. 
Erly, Jno. B. , residence. 
Linden Hall Seminary. 
Regennes, W. H. 

LITTLE BUTTON. 
Preston, F.. residence. 

LOCK HAVEN. 
Bickford, James A., residence. 
Bickford, S. M., residence. 
Bridgens, J. W., residence. 
Brown, William H., block. 
Court House. 

Dunn, Mrs. Annie, residence. 
Furst, Clien G., office. 
Mackey, Mrs. L. A., residence. 
Mason, George W., residence. 
Martin, Samuel Z., residence. 
Martin iS; Conderman. 
Presbyterian Church. 
Simon Block. 
Third Ward School building. 

LOKETTO. 

Comerford, W. S. 

LUZERNE. 
Haddock, John. 

MAHOFFEY. 

Kick, Thomas, 

MAHONOY CITY. 

Morgan, William. 

MALVERN. 
Entrikan, J. C. 

MAXAS VILLAGE. 
Cornwall Oil Bank Co. 

MANAYUNK. 
Benard & Son. 
Boon, Thomas. 
Hughs, George. 
Hyde, Joseph. 
Kinney, J. N. 
Priest, James S. 
Roth, Gregor. 

MANCHESTER. 
Norton Brothers. 

MANETTA. 
Frey, Samuel S. 



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References. 



niANHEIH. 

American Steam Heating &; Mfg. Co. 

Beck, T. S. 

Cresminges, James. 

Echert, Henry E. 

Gingrich, H. H., residence. 

Herschey, B. H. 

Home for Widows and .Single Women. 

Horst, Abram, residence. 

Klein, Abraham. 

Manheim "Sentinel." 

Sunny House. 

Summy, S. G. 

Tyson. A, Harvey. 

MAlt'H CHIINK. 

C. R. R. depot. 
C. R. R. offices. 
Diramick Memorial Library. 
First Ward Public School. 
Packer, Mrs. H. E. 
Saunders & Wetzell. 
Spangles & Esser. 

MATTTOWN. 
Nissley, Elias, residence. 

McEWINGSVILLE. 
Lembuck. (). 

McKEESrORT. 
National Tube Works. 
Peterson, Andrew. 

MEADSVILLE. 
Phoenix Iron Wks Co. 

MECHANICSBVIRfi. 
Stevenson, D. Jr. 

MEDIA. 
Lodge, L. K. 

MERCER. 
Junkin, .L 
Mowry & Finch. 

MEYEKSUALE, 

Appel, A. 

B. & O. R. R. Station. 
Cook, W. B. 
Graves, Jno. A. 
Hersh, A. 
Horlitzell, W. T. 
Johns, A. F. 
Olinger, J. M. 
Parker, J. A. 
Philson, Sam'l. 
Truxall, C. W. 
Woom, Paul. 

MIDDLEBIIRGH. 
Wittemeyer, W. W., residence and store. 

MIDDIETOWN. 
Croll, A. B. 
Matheson, A. S. 

MIFFLINBUKG. 
Glover, Hon. H. P. 

MILLERSTOWN. 
Fitzell, J. Ed. 
Rippman, C. A., residence. 

MII.FOBD. 
Baker, H. T. 
Baker, Mrs. E. J. 



Brown, A. D., & Son. 
Fanchere, L. 

MILTON. 

Ball, Jno. G. 

Bickell & Bailey. 

Broadway House. 

Clark, J. O. 

Clinger, D. 

Colvin, E. F. 

Fairchilds, S., residence. 

Follmer, Wm., residence. 

Heaton, E. H. 

Hoag, B. K., hotel. 

Hull, E. J , residence. 

Milton Gas Fitting and Plumbing Co. 

Overpeck, H. M. 

Reformed Church. 

Schreyer, W. A., residence. 

Shimer, E. S. 

Shimer, S. J. 

Taggart, James, residence. 

Wilson, R. F. 

MINEKSVItl-E. 
Schwenk, Wm., residence. 

MIRION STATION. 
Lucas, J. C. 

MONONGAHELA CITY. 
Alexander, J. B., residence. 

MONT AtTO. 
Mont Alto Iron Co. 

MONTROSE. 
Doolittle, J. W., residence. 
Searle Hon. D. W. , residence. 
Searle,Hon. D. W., offices. 
Sherman, E. C. 
Tarbell House. 
Tennant, J. M. 

MORRIS RUN. 

Frost, A. C. 

Morris Run Coal Mining Co., store. 
MOSCOW. 

Phoenix Medicine Co. 

MOOSIC. 

Housick, S. H. 

MOUNT CARMEL. 

Bergstresse, E., residence. 
Bickle, Tobias, residence. 
Bolish, D. A., residence. 
Bolish, n. R. 
Camp, David. 
Fisher, D. H. 

Harvey, Barney, residence. 
Herb, E. C, hotel. 
Keifer, A. & A., store. 
Keifer, Wra., residence. 
Klonowski, Rev. J., residence. 
Koskie, L. J., residence. 
Kulisk, John, hotel. 
Matulus, Jacob, store. 
Monlelius, Dr. R. W., residence. 
Mt. Carmel Hotel. 
O'Neill, Rev. A. M. 
Renn & Co. 



Robbins, H., residence. 
Robertson, George, residence. 
Siegfried, William, residence. 
Snively & Co. 
St. Joseph Polish Church. 
Tier, C. W. , residence. 
Umlauf & Lawton. 
Ward, M. P. 

MOUNT HOLLY SPRINGS. 
Mount Holly Springs Paper Co. 

MOUNT JOY'. 
Engle, A. H., residence. 
Engle, D. H. 

Greider, B. M., residence. 
Greider, Martin L. , residence. 
Hoffman, S. S. 
Linderworth, H. H. 
Mount Joy Steam Heater Co. 
Peiffer, Martin B. 

MOUNT PLEASANT. 
Haven, C. C. 

MYERSTOWN. 
See, R. J., residence. 

NANTICOKE. 

Alexander, E. N. 
Enke & Bennett, stores. 
James, John H., hotel. 
Jones, Bergin & Co. 
Kingsbury, O. N., M. D. 
Lafe, A. 
Meyer, R. H. 
Morgan, George. 
Savage, Simon. 
Thomas, C. B. 
Welliver, S. J.. & Co. 

NEWBERY'. 

Buster, Royal. 

NEWCASTLE. 

Dunlap, H. R. 

Gill, James H. 

Kirk, C. J. 

McKarnes & Stevenson. 

Newell & Garvin. 

NEW MILFORD. 

Kistler, R. 

NEW WILMINGTON. 

Ladies' Dormitory. 

NEWVILLE. 

McCachson, Robert. 

NICETOWN. 

Franklin Baptist Church. 

NORRISTOYVN. 

Berndt, Julius, residence. 

Bolton, Frank H., residence. 

Borneman, W. .S. 

Borrough Hall. 

Brown, J. Morton, & Co. 

Chain Street School. 

Conden, S. L. 

Council Chamber. 

Court House. 

" Daily Times" office and building. 

De Hall Street School. 



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EDWARD C WALLER. 
Home Insurance Building 

REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. 



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May 11th.., IBB ^ 



(Dictated) 
T. C.Perry, Esq., 

99 Madison St. , 

Dear Sir:- when deciding upon the radiators for the Home 
Insurance and "The Rookery" Buildings, the subject, of course, was gone 
into very thoroughly and exhaustively on the part of the building 
committees of the respective buildings. It was finally decided to 
use the Bundy Standard Radiators made by The A. A. Griffing Iron Co., 
of Jersey City. I think we have about thirteen hundred il300) in use, 



and I am thoroughly satisfied that they are certainly as good as any 
on the market, if not the very best. They have given us excellent ser- 
vice and we ar e entirely satisfied with them- 

Should I have to decide, to-day, on another radiator job, I should 
undoubtedly give the Bundy radiator the preference. 

very truly yours, 



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This letter was written after using over 2,000 Bundy Radiators. What better proof 
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REPERENeES. 



Dettra, J. M. 

Fornanse, Joseph, residence. 

Hutchinson, Streeper, residence. 

Jen kens, Philip, residence. 

Oak Street School. 

Rennyson, William, residence. 

Rittenhouse, W. H. 

Schall, John, residence. 

Slingluff, Jno. 

Streeper, D. H. 

State Hospital for Insane. 

St. Patrick's Church and School. 

Warrall ic Taylor, mill. 

NORTH BEND. 
Hogan, J. O., & Co. 

NORTH EAST. 
Short, Hon. Alfred. 

NORTH GRAFTO'. 
Nelson, J. S., .Sc Son, boot manufactory. 

NORTHUMBERLAND. 
Linton, C. C. 
Taggart, Harrii-. residence. 

OBERLINS. 
Oberlin Gas & Electric Co. 

Oil. crrr. 

National Transit Co. 

OSCEOLA. 
Catholic Church. 
Hammond, }., residence 
Hammond, R., residence. 
Pie, Justice J. 
Tubbs, Henry, residence. 

OJlTORD. 
Burling, W. 
Gryder, .^mea M. 
Gilligan, E. L., residence. 
Kirk, Roger A., residence. 
McCommon & Smith. 
Passmore Sisters, residence. 
Perkins, F. L., residence. 
Pugh, Wm., residence. 

PACKERTON. 
Car Shops. L. V. R. R. 

PES ARGTLE. 

A.llen House. 

Barton, S. 

Jonc & Dony, residence and store 

Keat. Samuel, residence. 

Koch, C. J., residence and store. 

Kutz, Mr. 

Mover, Peter, residence. 

Pen Argyle Iron Works. 

PERKASIE. 
.\uglemeyer. Samuel. 
Bishop Bros. 
Meyers, M. H. 
Perkasie Bank Co. 

PHLLADEEPHXA. 
Abram Cox Stove Co. 
Allen, W. H., & G. H. 
Aldine Hotel. 
Allison's. Jas., Sons. 



Am. Baptist Publication Society Building. 

.American Dredging Co. 

Ante-Cobden Club House. 

Arnot Wm., Chestnut Hill. 

Ajax Lead Coating Co. 

Ayres, Wm , & Son. 

Bannan, J. R. 

Barnes, S. H.. & Son. 

Barnes, S. W. 

Barnet, G. A., & Sons. 

Bartholomew Brewing Co. 

Bauman, J. R. 

Belfield, H., & Co. 

Beneficial Savings Fund Society Building. 

Betz, John. & Sons. 

Blessing. C. A. 

Blumenthal Bros. 

Boorse. D. O. 

Bourne, John. 

Braines. Chase & Co. 

Bricklayer's Hall. 

Broad St. Station Penna. R. R. 

Broad S . Market. 

Brodie cSt Comfort. 

Brogan & Smith. 

Brooks, J., & Son. 

Brown Bros., & Co. 

Brown Bros. Building, 4th and Chestnut. 

Brown, Owen & Taylor. 

Brown, E. E., & Co. 

Bryn Mawr College. 

Buildings of the Little Sisters of the Poor. 

Butterworth. C. E. 

Byran, Jas. G. 

Cadwallader, Frank. 

Calhoun School. 

Cale, Chum & Co. 

Cathedral, T. .•\. B. Hall. 

Cassett, A. J. 

Chandler, T. P. Jr., 32S Chestnut, St. 

Chelton Ave. Station. 

Children's Homoeopathic Hospital. 

Church, School and Pastoral Res. St. Chas. 

Borreomes. 
Church, School and Pastoral Res. St. Theresa. 
Church and Pastoral Residence of St. John 

the Evangelist. 
Clark Bros. 

Cleveland & Hardwick. 
Cooper, Wm. S.. & Co. 
Collins. A. M , Son & Co. 
Columbia Saving Fund Co. 
Company " B " .-Armory. 
Comly, J. 

Commercial L'nion Ins. Co. 
Conderman, G. W. 
Comer. L., Brown and Broad. 
Conard, Theo. P. 
Consolidated National Bank. 
Davis, Jacob B. M. 
Davis & Evans. 
Davis, J. M. Jr. 



Department of Construction and Repairs, V 

S. N. 
Devlin, Thos.. & Co. 
Devon Inn. 
Dooner's Hotel. 
Dounton, W. D.. residence. 
Drummond, Rob't. 

Drawing Room, 40th and Chestnut Sts. 
Dre.xel Building, 
Dyatt, M. J. 

Eagle Gas Fixture Works. 
Egyptian Musee. 
Eletch Bros. 
Ellison, J. B., & Sons. 
Elverson, James. 

English, Thos., 1S17 Fairmount Ave. 
Erdman, Francis B. 
Estate Wm. Forrest. 
Evans, Geo. C. 
Fairmount Worsted Mills. 
Faith, S., & Co. 
Faros & Hartman. 
Fetlow, Henry. 
Finklorans, Theo., office. 
Finley, Acker & Co. 
Fitchburg Steam Engine Co. 
Flan, Rev. Michael, residence. 
Ford & Kendig. 
Franck, Wm. L. 
French, Richards & Co. 
Friends' School, l6th and Cherrv Sts. 
Froelich Bros. 

Garney, Rev. P. J., residence. 
Gaway, A. J., residence. 
German American Title Ins. Co. 
German Hospital. 
Germantown Grammar School. 
Getze & Reeves. 
Getze Bros. 
Girard Estate. 
Girard College. 
Girls' Catholic Home. 
Gormely, John. 
Gormely, P. 

Gossler, J. H., residence. 
Grand Opera House. 
Grand Central Theatre. 
Grace Baptist Church. 
Graflf, Low& Co. 
Gray, Chas. W. 
Gregg & Bowe. 
Green's Restaurant. 
Haehnlen Building. 
Haines, Jones &Cadbury. 
Hamilton, John, carpet mills. 
Hanley, John. 
Harding, John. 
Harkness Bros. 
Harrison, Jos. Jr.. estate. 
Harrison Bros., i^ Co. 
Hazlehurst & Hueklebrecht. 
Henry. W. T., & Co. 



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ARCHITECTS, 

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The Bundy Radiator successfully heats Philadelphia's largest buildings, the Court House, 
Mutual Life, Wannamaker's Store, Hotel Lafayette, Girard Estate Buildings and hundreds of others. 



260 



Reperences. 



Uexamer, John C. 

Hills, A. S , &Co. 

Holman, A. J., & Co. 

Home for Crippled Children. 

Home for Indigent Women. 

Hooper, Dorsen, residence. 

Hopkind & Small. 

Horn, W. H., & Bro. 

Hotel Lafayette. 

Houghton, B. F., & Co. 

House of the Good Shepherd. 

Hunter & Dickson. 

Incomparable Laundry. 

Jackson, J. Elvin. 

James Logan School. 

Janney, O. S., & Co. 

Janney, Jos. A. 

Johnson's Ink Works. 

Judge, Wm., & Bro. 

Jummel, Frank R. 

Kelly & Armstrong. 

Ketterline's Printing House. 

Keystone Watch Case Co. 

Keystone School. 

Kinsler, L. C. 

Kitchen & Bounds. 

Kline & Bro. 

Knickerbocker Ice Co. Building. 

Krauss, Godfrey & Co. 

Land, Title and Trust Co. 

Laudrett & Sons. 

Lehigh V. R. R. Co.'s offices. 

Lippincott, Chas. K., & Co. 

Lewis, H. K., & Co. 

Lippen, Hiram. 

Long, E. M., residence. 

Lowry, A. A. 

Lutheran Church. 

Macfarland, Dr. M., residence. 

Maneely, John. 

Manell, John. 

Mantel, A. C. 

Marks Bros. 

Mary J. Drexel Home. 

Martin, Wm. L. 

Maturity Hospital. 

McCann, John. 

McFarland, Ed. 

McGowan, D. 

McGuire, James. 

Mclnnes, John. 

McManemin, John C. 

McNeely & Co. 

McNulty & Connor. 

Mentzinger, \V. M., & Son. 

Merchants' Exchange. 

Middleton, H. & W. H. 

Miller, Jacob, & Sons. 

Morris, E. P. 

Morse, Williams & Co. 

Moss, H. T. 

Muchle, W. R. Jr. 



MuUin, D. D. 

MuUiken, H. E. 

MuUholIand, Rev. J. E., residence. 

National Theatre. 

National Security Bank. 

Naylor, Jacob, Girard Ave. and Front St. 

Naylor, John. 

Neafie & Levy. 

Neptune Laundry. 

Newman, J., building. 

New Columbia Hall. 

Nicetown Baptist Church. 

Noel. Mrs. M. L. 

Norfolk and Western R. R. 

Northwestern Bank. 

Northern Electric Light and Power Co. 

O'Connor, Rev. C. P., residence. 

Office Building, 6 South Merrick St. 

Otis Bros., & Co. 

Owen & Salter. 

Park Ave. School. 

Park Theatre. 

Pancoast & Maule. 

Patent Metal Works. 

Paul & Summers. 

Penn. Asylum for Insane. 

Penn. Mutual Building. 

Penn. National Building. 

Penn. R. R. Co. 

Penn. Salt Wks. 

Penn. University. 

Penn. Sugar Refinery Co. 

Petty, J. K., & Co. 

Phila. Steam Heating Co. 

Phila. Music Academy. 

Philadelphia Ex. Vent Co. 

Pillings, W. S. 

Potter, Thos., & Sons, stores. 

Poth, Fred. A., residence. 

Priest, Jas. S. 

Presbyterian Orphanage. 

Provident Life and Trust Co. Building. 

Reading Iron Co. 

Reading Iron Works Warehouse. 

Real Estate Trust Co. 

Residence of St. Machachy. 

Residence of the Nativity of the B. C. M. 

Residence of the Visitaticjn of the B. V. M. 

Reeves & West. 

Roberts & Clark. 

Royal, Chas. H. 

Russell & Armstrong. 

Sailer, Lewin iS: Co. 

Schmitt, Henry. 

Scholl, Jos. 

Schull, B. F. 

Sciple, E. M. 

Scott, John & Co. 

Seyfert, L. F. 

Sheid, H. H., & Co., office. 

Sheid & Vandegrift, office. 

Sichel & Meyer, store. 



Smedley House. 

Smith, W. S. 

Snellenburgh & Co. 

Stambach & Love. 

Starkey & Palen, Doctors. 

Steamer " Brandvwine." 

Steamer " Charlotte." 

Steamer " City of Chester." 

Steamer "Mary E. McCalje." 

Steamer " Morse." 

Steamer " Wilmington." 

St. Boniface Parsonage. 

St. Clemens Hospital. 

Stores 7, ig, 721, 723 Vine St. 

Storem, Geo. W. 

St. Frances School, 24th and Green Sts, 

Stewart, Ralph, & Co. 

St. Frances Residence. 

St. Francis Xavier. 

St. James' Church. 

St. James' Parochial School. 

St. Joseph's Hospital. 

St. Joachim's School. 

St. John's Orphan Asylum. 

St. Patrick's School. 

St. Peter's Hall. 

St. Vincent's Hospital. 

St. Vincents' Home, iSth and Wood. 

.Sunderland. John. 

Temple Theatre. 

Tenth National Bank. 

Tetlow, Henry. 

The Arnholt & Schaffer Brewing Co. 

The Henry Miller Estate. 

The J. & P. Baltz Brewing Co., office. 

The Keystone Steam and Hot Water Htg. Co. 

The Church of the Gesee. 

Third National Bank. 

Thompson Bros. 

Thompson, Wm. & R. P. 

Thompson, James D. 

Trismuth Bros. & Co. 

Twenty-fifth District Station House. 

United States Mint. 

United Security Co. 

Union Insurance Co. 

Van Beil, H., & Co. 

Vendig, Chas. H. 

Verner, Wm. 

Victoria Hall. 

Volraer Building. 

Walnut St. Theatre. 

Walnut St. Freight Depot P. R. R. 

Walton, Geo. E. 

Walsh, John. 

Wannamaker, S. M., & Co. 

Wannamaker & Co.'s Store. 

Warder & Montgomery Hospital. 

Warder, Henry. 

Watt, Rob't. 

Watson & McDanill. 

Watson, Frank R. 



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A. A. Griffing Iron Co., 

Jers"ey City. N. J. 
Gentlemen: — 

Replying to yours of the 22nd inst. would say thatjthe 
Bundy Radiator has been specified in connection with The Dunning 
Steain and Hot Water Boilers for, the past twelve years in heating 
contracts all over the United States and from Italy to Japan, and 
I have the pleasure of knowing that they have worked well in every 
instance. I believe there is no radiator that is superior to 
the Bundy and none that is more handy for repairs^ especially should 
any accident happen to thera whereby they are broken. It is but a 
short job to. unscrew the tube and replace it with another, which. 
you cannot do very easily with any other in the markot. They are 
a good circulator and have given the best of satisfa ction wherever 
used. 

Wishing you success with them, I remain, 

Very truly yours, 



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262 



References. 



Weir & Nixon. 
Weitzel, P. E. & Co. 
Whetstone & Co. 
White, William. 
Widener, D. O. 
Wilbur, H. O., & Sons. 
Williamson & Cassidy. 
Wilmington Steamboat Co. 
Wilson, Cass & Co. 
Wingate, Webb & Melvin. 
Wissahickon Inn. 
Wolf, Frank & Co. 
Wolstencroft & Sons. 
Wood, H. 

Wood, Jas. P., & Co. 
Wright, Peter, & Sons. 
Wyeth, Jno., & Bros. 
Y. M. C. A. Building. 
Yewdall, John. 

PH1I,I,IPSBURG. 

Carlisle, Henry. 
Holly, C. B. 
Passmore House. 
Shepard, Dr. 

PHCENIXVII,I.E. 

Buckvvalter, Enos T. 
Caswell & Moore. 
Hughes, Robert G. 
Hunter, Theodore. 
LIppert, M. L. 
Shaffer, Mrs. Thomas. 
Shaffer, V. N. 
Towers, Michael. 
Wilkinson, J. M. 
Wynn, Samuel. 

PINE CREEK. 

Gale, W. & R. 

PINE GKOVE. 

Werntz, John F. 

PINE IRON WORKS. 

Bailey, Joseph L. 

PITTSBURGH. 

Alleghany Hotel. 
Anderson Hotel. 
Armstrong, Brother & Co. 
Atwood & McCaffrey. 
Bailey, Farrell & Co. 
Baird's Restaurant. 
Best, Fox & Co. 
Bourne, John. 
Clentick, M., estate. 
Duquense Bank. 
Fairbanks & Co. 
French, Dr. Gale. 
Garretson & Ricketson. 
Groetzinger Building. 
Home for Incurables. 
Home's, Jos., dry-goods house. 
Hotel Duquense. 
Jenkins, T. C. 
Jones & Laughlin. 



Kauffman Bros, 

Kelly & Jones Co. 

Kohne, F. C, & Co. 

Lewis Building. 

Lutz, D., & Sons. 

Maginn Bros. 

McClintock building. 

McGraw, P. 

McGinness, Smith & Co. 

McKnight & Vectory. 

Office of Crescent Steel Works. 

Office of Westinghouse Air Brake Co. 

Oil Exchange building. 

Oil Well Supply Co. 

Painter & Sons. 

Philadelphia Co. building. 

Penna. Incline Plane Co. 

Pittsburgh Club. 

Pittsburgh High School. 

Pittsburgh Petroleum Exchange. 

Price, W. G. & Co. 

Power Hall building. 

Reincke, Wilson & Co. 

Royal Insurance Co.'s building. 

Schmidt & Friday, building. 

Schwartz, J. E., residence. 

Second Ward School. 

Seventh Avenue Hotel. 

Si.xth Ward School. 

Standard Car Heating Co. 

Stewart, Robert, residence. 

Twenty-third Ward School. 

United Pipe Line offices. 

Westinghou-ie Building. 

Westinghouse, H. H., residence. 

West End M. E. Church. 

Y. M. C. A. Building. 

PITTSTON. 

Butler Colliery Co. 

Exeter Machine Co. 

Flinn, N., office. 

Hileman, Joseph, office. 

Long, Dr. E. B. 

Maloney, T. 

Ronimell. G. B. 

Sax, W. R. 

Scrimgeour, Jno. 

Wyoming Valley Paper Mill. 

PITTSTON JUNCTION. 

Old Forge Coal Co. 

PI,AINESVII.I,E. 

Evans Bros. 
Langdon, A., & Co. 
Hartland, O. H. 

PLYMOUTH. 

Lindsay & Co. 

POTTSTOWN. 

Antrim, W. L., store. 
Ashenfelter, Dr. W. J., residence. 
Bailey & Baldwin. 
Bauer, Geo,, residence. 



Beecher, L. & W. C, store. 

Boyer, Benj., residence. 

Colles, Mahlon, residence. 

Dengler, Jacob, residence. 

Eck, Dr. W. H., office. 

Ehrgood, Elmer, residence. 

Ellis, w. S., residence. 

Evans, 'A., store. 

Feather, Hiram, store. 

Fegely, J., residence. 

Fegely, J., & Son, store. 

Fire Engine House. 

Fisher, John M., store and residence. 

Fryer, J. Rush, residence. 

Gabel, H. 

Geist, Matthias, residence. 

Gilbert, John, residence. 

Graffen, H. N., store. 

Harrison, Geo., residence. 

Healy, J. Allen, residence. 

Hill School. 

Hoffman, Nathan, residence. 

Kugler, Mrs. Wm. G., residence. 

Landis, J. D. F. residence. 

Ledger Building. 

Leopold, H., store. 

Lessig, M. S., residence. 

Low, Matthew, residence. 

Mauger, John H., residence. 

McCarthy, Felix, residence. 

Merchants' Hotel. 

Missimer, W. C, residence. 

National Bank. 

National Iron Bank. 

Philadelphia Steam Fire Engine Co, 

P. R. R. Station. 

Potts, Geo. H., residence. 

Pottstown Iron Co., office. 

Reinert, D. F., residence. 

Retter, J. H., residence. 

Rudy, Wm., residence. 

Sampson, Alex., residence. 

Saylor, H. D., residence. 

Schwab, Geo., store. 

Security Co.'s building. 

Shetler, L. F., residence. 

Shoemaker, C. B,, residence. 

Shuler House. 

Sotter Bros. 

Sotter, Ferdinand. 

Sotter, Henry. 

Sotter, Jacob. 

Sotter, Philip. 

Swinehart, Wm. Y., residence. 

Trinity Reformed Church. 

Washington High School building. 

Weand, John, store. 

Weitzenkorn, A., residence. 

Wells, Herman, residence. 

Yeager, Mason, residence. 

POTTSVIIXB. 
Academy of Music, 



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Reperences. 



Jackson Street School building. 

Lear, .S. Edgar. 

Lineweaver, Dr. W. |. 

Merchants' Motel. 

" Miners' Journal" building. 

Mountain City Bank building. 

Pottsville Steam Heat & Power Co. 

P. .S: R. R. Co. depot. 

Riest.C. H. 

Roads, Geo. W. 

Styles & Parker. 

PKESCOTT. 
Phillips, Samuel. 

OIJAKKRTOWN. 

Durner, Dr. C. F. 
Ehrgood, E. 
Kolle, Wm. 
Roberts, Scypes & Co. 
Sheetz, O. R. 
Thomas, Dr. Jos. 

KE.\DING. 

Agricultural & Horticultural Society. 

Barbey, John. 

Beaver, Dr. D. B. D. 

Bear, Geo. F., residence. 

Bechtel, John R., store. 

Becker, I. C. 

Bessinger, Philip. 

Boyer, D. B., residence. 

Boyer, Jerome L. 

Bright & Learch, store. 

Brownback, Frank, residence. 

Central House. 

Centre Street Public School. 

City Hall. 

Coleman, Wm. N., residence. 

Dautb, J. P. 

Davis, F. B. 

Davis Printing Co. 

Davis, \V. B., greenhouse. 

Douglass & Connard. 

Eckert, H. S., Pres. Farmers' National Bank 

Ennentrous, Geo. M. 

Farmers' National Bank. 

First Presbyterian Church. 

First Reformed Church. 

Fries, Jacob, residence. 

Fulmer, S. H., residence. 

Goodman, Jas., residence. 

Green Street Public School. 

Grcth Machine Works. 

Grcth, D. P. 

Hampden Engine House. 

Hangen, H. W., residence. 

Heckman, W. A. 

High, Mrs. Mary, residence. 

Hoff, H. A. 

Home for Widows and Single Women. 

Hotel Penn. 

Jacobs, T. S. 



Jameson, Jas., residence. 

Jameson & Co., store. 

Jones, Richard H., residence. 

Keller, F. M., residence. 

Keiser, David. 

Keystone Steam Heating Co. 

Kline & Eppenheimer. 

Kline, Wm., residence. 

Knight, John. 

Koeller, Jas. O., residence. 

Kretz, A. 

Kurtz, Henry, residence. 

Lauer, Frank, residence. 

Leinbach, J. G., residence. 

Leiss, L. H., residence. 

McAlvaine, M. C. 

Moser, C. H., residence. 

Muhlenberg, Dr. W. F. 

Muhlenberg & West. 

Muhlenberg & Glymer. 

Nagle, Dr. H. N., store. 

Nerthanimer, John, store. 

Nyce, C. S. 

Pennsylvania R. R., new depot. 

Philadelphia & Reading R. R., dining r 

Public School. 

Quier, Leon, residence. 

Rader, Geo., residence. 

Rambo, F. 

Raser, Dr. John B. 

Reading Iron Works, 

Reading Steam Heat cS: Power Co. 

Remmple, W. T., & Co. 

Righter, J. K., residence. 

Ritter, W. S. 

RoUond, Augustus, residence. 

Rosenthal, W., Editor " Reading Post. 

Rote, A. E. 

Rowe, H. T. 

Schaefifer, Chas. H., residence. 

Scull, Edward. 

Sheible, J. N. 

Shelter, Henry. 

Steinbach, Rev. A. S., residence. 

Stevens, G. A., olHce. 

Stichber, Mrs. J. L., residence. 

Stroehecker, Jacob, residence. 

Summons, E. S. 

Sweetzer, Wilson, residence. 

Thalheimer, A. T., residence. 

Tyson, A. Harvey. 

Union National Bank. 

Weida, Solomon, residence. 

Wenrich, Samuel G., residence. 

Willson, T. A., residence. 

Willrout, Chas., residence and store. 

Wood Memorial Chapel. 

REFTON. 
Herr, Daniel. 

KENOVO. 
Dedier, Samuel F., residence. 
Holman, Wm. L., residence. 



Lees, David, residence. 
Murphy, Jas., residence, 
O'Hagan, Jas., residence. 
O'Hagan, P., & Son, store, 
P. R. R., offices and buildings. 
P. R. R., passenger station. 
P. R. R. "Renovo" Hotel. 
Pennsylvania R. R., Superimendent's iV Mas- 
ter Mechanic's residences. 
Public School building. 
Renovo Public School buildings. 
Roberts, Thos. A., residence. 
Russ, Frank, restaurant. 
Simpson, R. D., residence. 
Stevenson, A. N., store. 
Stevenson, A. N., residence. 
Ward, John, hotel. 
Youts, Wm., residence. 

RICHI,ANI>TOWN. 
Shelly, J. H. 

KIDGKWAY. 
Elk County Court House. 

UTDLEY PARK. 
Burke, Edward. 
Burke, Mrs. R. 
Leedom, Chas. 
Paitredge, Thos, 
Ridley Park Hotel. 
School Building. 
Ward, Abram. 
Ward, Jos. 

HII5GEI.SVIL,LE. 

Riegel, J. L. 

KINGTOWN. 

Rumel, A. II. 

KOARING SPRING. 

Carver, A. L. 

KOCK GLEN. 

Morton, Joel, residence. 

Norton, Neal, residence and hotel. 

ROTHVILI,E. 
Ballanger, Jas. 

KOYBKSFORD. 
Graves, Dr. J. S., residence and store, 
Latshaw Building. 
Latshaw, B. Irvin, residence^ 
Latshaw, L. B., residence and hall. 
National Bank of Royersford. 
Nix, J. J., residence. 
Nix & Latshaw. 
Treed, Aaron C, restaurant. 
Treed, Samuel C, residence. 

SAKGEUTOWN. 

Eureka Spring Mineral Cn. 

SALMl'.GO. 
Greider, J. M. 
Puffer, Jn<,. 

SALTSmiUG. 

Kiskiniinetas Springs Scliin.l. 

SANUV HILL. 

Court House. 

SANDY LAIUi:. 

Austin Potter. 



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SATRE. 

General Offices Pa. & X. Y. R. R. 

L. V. R. R. depot. 

Packer, Robt. A., residence. 

Wilbur House. 

scHcrrLKn.!, haven. 

Meyer, Jos. N. 

Wiltrouts, Chas., residence and store. 
SCKANTOX. 

Archer, John M. 

Assembly Rooms. 

Bauman, Anthony, store and residence. 

Belin, H., residence. 

Bougel, J. 

Bristol House. 

Burke, O. T. 

Burrs, Dr. A. E., block. 

Catholic College. 

Church, Sister House and School, St. Mary 
Provider. 

Clarke, Geo. A., building. 

Connell, W. P., & Son. 

Connell, Wm., residence. 

Cosey Bros., store. 

Cosey Bros., residence. 

Daniel & Elinger. 

Davis, E. T-. store. 

Dickson, J. P., residence. 

Dickson, Mrs. Thos. residence. 

D. L. & W. R. R. depot. 

Evans & Jacobs, store. 

Farmer Dairy Co. 

Farris. Ed., hotel. 

Faurot House 

Finch, I. A. & Co. 

First National Bank Building. 

Fish, J. B. 

Francois, Alex L., residence. 

Galland, B. , residence. 

German Presbyterian Church. 

Goldsmith Bros. 

Gould, R.S., residence. 

Gunster & Forsyth. 

Gunste, J. H., residence. 

Hand, Hon. A., residence. 

Hands, Justice, building. 

Hazleton Machinery and Supply Co., ware- 
house. 

House of Good Shepherd. 

Howley Bros. 

Hulbert, A. A., residence. 

Hulbert, W. A., store and residence. 

Hulbert F. H., residence. 

Hunt & Connell, Limited. 

Insane Asylum. 

Jermyn's, John, Coal Ex. Block. 

Jewish Synagogue. 

Jones, C. D. 

Lackawanna County Court House. 

Lackawanna Hospital. 

Lawler, Jas. J., store. 

Leonard Bros. 



Leonard, B. E. 
Lewis, E. R. 

Manly, P. D., stores, residence and hall. 
Mattis, C. C. 

Matti, C. F., G. M. L. I. & C. Co., residence. 
McArcher, John. 
McEachen, Samuel. 
Mear's Hotel. 

Memorial Hall Association. 
Moses Taylor Hospital. 
O'Brien, Richard, residence. 
Piatt, J. C, residence. 
Post Office. 
Reese, S. M. 
Rosen, Jno. 

Sanderson, J. Gardner, residence. 
Sanderson, Geo. 
Schlage, Chas. 
Schneider Bros. 
Scranton, Arthur. 
Scranton, Hon. J. A. 
Scranton Steel Co. 
Scranton Supply and Hardware Co. 
Sloane, J. D. 
St. Charles Hotel. 
St. Cecilia's Academy. 
St. "Dennis" Hotel. 
St. Peter's Cathedral. 
Stock, F. K., residence. 
Sturgis, E. B. 

The Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co., stores. 
The Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co., offices. 
The Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co., labora- 
tory. 
The Pancoast Coal Co., store and office. 
Van Stouch, Wm., residence. 
Watson i Jermyn. 

Wehlan, Dr. Ludwig, residence and office 
Welsh Baptist Church. 
Welsh Tabernacle Church. 
Willard, E. A. 
Williams, L. J., residence. 
Wirnke, Mrs. Mary. 
Y. M.C. A., building. 

SEWICKIET. 
Dryman CV Son. 

SH.VMOKIX. 
Aucker, R. S. 

Aucker, Slayman & Co., office. 
Catholic Church. 
City Hotel. 
Doolittle. Wm. 
Eisenhart. Daniel. 
Epier & Odgen. 
Exchange Hotel. 
First National Bank. 
First M. E. Church. 
Fisher, Geo. S. 
Floyd, H. 

Garfield School Building. 
G. A. R. Opera House. 
Graeber, Jacob. 



Heilner, B. N. 

Helfenstein, Jno. P. 

Reiser, Jacob R. 

Kessler, Jos. W. 

Kulp, Darlington R. 

Kutzner, Wm. R., store room. 

Leader, C. C, residence. 

Lorenz, Fred., residence. 

Lutheran Church. 

Marshall, Geo. 

Martz, Geo. O. 

Martz, Miss C. 

Marr, A. G., residence, business block and 

office. 
May. Isaac, Sr. 
McConnell, W. C, residence. 
McWilliams & McConnell, office. 
Mullen, Jno. 
Robertson, A. 
Robertson, Geo., residence. 
Rothschild, Harry, residence. 
Seiler, E. G. 
Shamokin Water Co. 
Shuster, D. E. 
Smink, D. C. 
Smink, Wm. H. R. 
Smuck, Daniel C, residence. 
Spettler, John H. 
St. Edward's Church. 
St. Edward's Parsonage. 
Williams, C. Q. 
Windsor Hotel. 
Zimmerman Henry, residence. 

SHARPSVII,I,E. 
Sharpsville School. 

SH.4.ROX. 
Convent of the Holy Child Jesus. 
First Presbyterian Church. 
Walker & Carley, office. 

SHEFFIELD. 
Horton, Walter, residence. 

SHEN.iNDOAH. 
Schimpf Bros. 

SHICKSHINNT. 

Campbell, W. .^. 

Hess, Amos J., residence. 

Hollopeten, D. F., block. 

SHIMERSVILUS. 
Kern, D. X. 

SHIPPENSBUBG. 
Currender, A. W. 
Harris, S. J. 

SHIPPOCKVILLE. 
Wolfe, D. S., residence. 

SII.TKR BROOK. 
Silver Brook Coal Co. 

S.niTHPORT. 
McKean Co., buildings. 

SMOOTH GROVE. 
Glatfeller, W. L. 

SMYRNA. 
Priest, J. S. 



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SOMERSET. 

Beisecker, Frederick, offices. 

Beisecker, Mrs. James, residence. 

First National Bank. 

Fox, Samuel, residence and office. 

Love, Geo., residence. 

Ogle, J. G., residence. 

Schell. P. A., & Co. 

Somerset Dairy Co., offices. 

SOUTH BETHLEHEM. 
Administration Kuilding. 
Bethlehem Iron Co.'s stores. 
Brinker & Sloyer, office building. 
Children's Pavilion. 
Deitrick, H. A. R. 
Fetters, M. C, hotel. 
Halacher, J. B. 
Jeter, F., office building. 
Johnston, T. H. 
Ladies' Pavilion. 
Lamberton, Dr. R. A. 
Laufer, Edwin, residence & office. 
Lehigh University. 
L. V. R. R., offices. 
L. V. R. R., freight depot. 
McEnroe, Rev. Father Philip. 
Naylor, Mary A., residence. 
Newman, J., office. 
Pacific House. 
Packer Hall. 
Pitchel, H. S. 
Sayer, R. H. 
Sayer, W. H. 
Stahr, George F. 
St. Luke's Hospital. 
Wilbur, R. H. 
Wilson, T., residence. 

SOUTH CHESTER. 
South Chester Public School. 

SOUTH EASTON. 

Franklin Steam Fire Engine Co. 

Fryberger, H. 

Gould. O. B. 

Hubb, Jacob, L. V. R. R. shops. 

L. \. R. E. offices. 

L. V. R. R. depot. 

Musick, M. D., residence. 

Slough, Dr. Sr., residence. 

Steiner, T. A., residence. 

Turner, Amos. 

Wilhelm, Chas., residence. 

SOUTH WII.KES-BARRE. 
James, J. 

STARTIN<iTON. 
Williams, David. 

STEELTON. 
Alleman Bros., residence, office. 
High School building. 
Penn Steel Co. 

ST. MART'S. 
Church of the Sacred Heart. 
Commercial Hotel. 



Coryell & Russ. 

Episcopal Church. 

Geis, Wm. 

German Catholic Church. 

Hall, James. 

Hall, J. K. P. 

Haul, Kaul & Co. 

Hanhouse, Joseph. 

Kaul, A., residence. 

Kaul, John. 

Kline, Chas. 

Luhr, Chas. 

Mosier, A. D. 

Russ, Eben J. 

St. Joseph's Convent. 

Wendfelder, Joseph, Jr. 

Winner, Hon. Sebastian. 

STRASBURG. 
Groff, A. J. 

STKOCDSBURG. 
Cooke, J. W., residence. 
Hodd & Bassard. 
Kistler, M. L., residence. 
Landers, F. 
Stauffer, Geo. E. 
Stroudsburg Social League. 

SUGAR GROVE. 
Green, Clark. 

SUJINETTOWN. 
Barndt, Harvey, residence and store. 

SUNBURY. 
Brice, A. W., residence. 
Burrows, G. S., residence. 
Cake, J. N., residence. 
Central Hotel. 
City Hotel. 

Clement, \. F., residence. 
Conrad, J. R. 
Derr, John F., residence. 
Dwait Building. 

Fry Landis, residence and store. 
Greenough, E. W., residence. 
Malick, S. P. 
Neff House. 
N. C. R. W. C. station. 
Phil. & Reading R. R. depot. 
P. R. R. depot. 
Reed, J. B. 

Savidge, C. R., residence. 
Silvins, C. L., residence. 
Steineard, John, 
Stimer, T. 

Tweed, H., residence. 
Wolverlon, S. P., residence. 

SISOUEHANNA. 
Sperl, H. 

SWISVALE. 
Union Switch & Signal Co. 

TAMAQl.t. 
Fry, E. E. 

TELFOKI). 
Telford Machine Co. 



THOMPSONTOVTN. 

Haldcman,.^. G., residence. 
Tennis, E. A., residence. 

THORN BURT. 

Brinton, Jos. H. 

THURLOW. 

McMains, W. F. 
McManus, W. S. 
Stainton & Thomas. 
Standard Steel Casting Co. 

TIDIOCTE. 
Tidioute Chair Co. 

TIOGA. 
Odd Fellows' Orphanage. 
P. & R. R. R. depot. 

TITUSVIiLE. 

Bates, H. S. 

TOWANDA. 

.^yers, Monroe, residence. 

Becker Bros. 

Catholic Church. 

Christ's Church. 

Citizens' National Bank. 

Dayton, Geo. A., mill. 

Decker, A., residence. 

Decker, Geo., residence. 

Denslow & Jackson. 

Denslow, W. H. 

Dettrich, Mr. 

Dodge, W. H. 

Dye, A. D., & Co. 

Ellsbree, N. C, block. 

Episcopal Church. 

Estabrook, A. J., residence. 

Fox, John E., residence. 

Griffith, J. J., residence. 

Hale, B., residence. 

Hale, E. W., residence. 

Humphrey Bros. & Tracy, factory. 

Humprey Mfg. Co. 

Kelly, Rev. Father, residence. 

Little, Stanly, residence, 

Manville, J. A. 

Mercur Block. 

Opera House block. 

Overton, E., residence. 

Penn Mutual Ins. Co. 

Porter, C. B., store. 

Porter, H. C. & Son., store. 

Presbyterian Church. 

Scott, H, L., residence. 

Second Ward School House. 

Smith, G. S., residence. 

Susquehanna Collegiate Institute. 

Towanda Foundry Co. 

Ward House. 

TRAINER. 
Trainer, D. & Son. 
Trainer, D. 
Trainer, E. E. 
Trainer, W. E. 



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TRAPPE. 

Lutheran Church parsonage. 
Miller, J. G. T. 

TKOUTVILLE. 
Ginter, H. E. 

TKOY. 
Bowen, D., residence. 

TDNKHANNOCK. 
Billings, Hon. Paul, residence. 
Court House. 
Jenkins, Judge, residence. 
Packer House. 
Sittsen, Judge, residence. 
Slawson, A. J., store and residence. 
Whipple, O., residence. 

UHLERTOWN. 
Uhler, Michael. 

ULSTER. 
Mather, Jos. 

CNIONTOWT*. 

Baylis, Hon. C. E., residence. 
Brown, S. S. 

Fayette County Alms House. 
Opera House. 

UPtAND. 
Theological Seminary. 
Upland School House. 

VILLA NOVA. 
Church of St. Thomas. 

WARRKN. 
Citizens' National Bank. 
Jefferson, I. P. 
Kirberger & Mock. 
Leonhart, G. H. 
Lesser & Co. 
Mintzer, A. 
Spinner, M. 
Strutheas Hotel. 
Warren Opera House. 
Warren Ref'g Co. 

WATERVILLE. 

Duirdge & Co. 

TVATSONTOWN. 

Buck Robert, residence. 
Rombach, G. W., residence. 
Shannon & High. 
Star, Durham & Co., office. 
Watsontown Planing Mill. 
Watsontown National Bank. 
Wright, Thos. P. 

WAYNESBORO. 

Aller, J. F. 
Frick. A. O. 
Frick, George. 
Landes, F. F. 
Miller, J. J. 
Moore, Geo. W. 
Phillips, J. 
Shoemaker, J. P. 

WEATHERLT. 
Hoffecker, Phillips, M. M. L. V. R. R. 



TVELLSBORO. 

Cole's House. 
County Clerk's Office. 
Elliott, M. F., office and residence. 
Feild, T. B., residence. 
Harrison, J., residence. 
Kaess, W. C. 
Parkhurst House. 
Robinson, J. M., residence. 
Tioga Co. Club House. 
Watrous Frank B., residence. 
Wellsboro Graded School. 
Wilcox House. 

WEST BROWNSVILLE. 
Gibbons, A. J. 

WEST CHESTER. 

Daily Local News, office. 

Gray, Jerome B., residence. 

Hoopes Bros. & Thomas. 

Hoopes, Josiah, residence. 

Jackson, C. C. 

James Bros. 

Morgan, J. G. 

Normal School of West Chester. 

Palmer, Rees. 

P. R. R. Depot. 

Roberts, Capt. G. W., offices. 

Savery, Edward. 

Sharpless, W. P., residence. 

State Normal School. 

Thomas, Geo. B., residence. 

WEST CONSHOCTEN. 
McFarland, E. 
McFarland, J. A. 

WEST POINT. 

Brooks, W. H. 

West Point Engine & Machine Works 

West Point Mfg. Co. 

WHITE HAVEN. 

Baker, John J., residence. 
Blakslee, Mrs. Lucius, residence. 
Cammeron, Geo. W., & Co. 
Driggs, J. A., residence. 
Dwyer, Wm., residence. 
Feist, W. A., Printing House. 
Hammond, Geo. H., & Co. 
Keek, C. L. 

Lavelle, Martin, residence. 
LeVan, D. W., residence. 
Peters, A. F., residence. 
Peters M. G., residence. 
Post Office. 
Wallace Samuel, residence. 

'WILKESBARRE. 
Ahlborn, Fred, residence. 
Alexander, M., residence. 
Andes, Peter F. 
Brown, S. L, , & Co. 
Carpenter, B. G. & Co. 
Central School Building. 
Dennire, H. P. 
Dickson Mfg. Co., works. 



Dimmick, A. yi., residence. 

Dimmick & Smith. 

Forve, Peter, & Bro. 

Gorman & Co. 

Hancock School Building. 

HoUenback, J. W., office. 

Howell, Dr. J. T., residence. 

Hunt, Chas. B., & Bro. 

Leim, J. W., & Co. 

Lewis, Josiah, residence. 

L. V. R. R. Depot. 

Lowenstein, Samuel, residence. 

Luebrecht, M. L., residence. 

Martin, A. 1. 

Neuer, W. N., office. 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Depot. 

Osborn, E. S., residence. 

Patten, J. W., & Co. 

Phelps, F. A., & Co. 

P. & N. Y. C. R. R. R. Depot. 

Raeder, Jno. L. , hotel. 

Shelley, Geo. 

Sheppard, Wm. 

Smith, Marcus, supt. 

Stegmaier, C. S., & Son, brewery. 

Vulcan Iron Works. 

Welles, Edw. 

Wilkes-Barre Gas Co. 

Wyoming Valley Hotel. 

WILKINSBURG. 
Allen, W. H., residence. 
Brandt E. K., residence. 

WILLIAMSPORT. 
Beede, A., residence. 
Beech Creek R. R. Station. 
Bloodgood, J. F. 
Bower, Henry, restaurant. 
Camp, C. F. 
Coleman, F. 

Coleman, Fletcher, residence. 
Corning, L. L. , National Bank. 
Court House. 

Cummings, Judge, residence. 
Edison Electric Illuminating Co., offices. 
First National Bank. 
Forseman, R. M. 
Hays, J. W. 
Henry House. 
Hermance, A. D. 
Kash, A. J., hotel. 
Keeler, E., & Co. 
Kline & Co. 

Lycoming National Bank. 
Maffhey, D. T., residence. 
Mowbray, R., residence. 
Neyhart, A. B., & Co. 
Parker, J. O., residence. 
P. R. R. Depot. 
Ryan, J. R. S., residence. 
Ryan, S. R. F., residence. 
Sanderson, G. H., residence. 
Slate, A., residence. 



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Slate, G. 

Spafford, O. J., residence. 

Stenber, S. C. 

Tally, G. W. 

Turner, Jacob R. 

Vermance, A. D., residence. 

Wagner, A. L. 

West Branch National Bank. 

Williamsport National Bank. 

Williamsport Hardware & Stove Co 

Williainsport Steam Co. 

Wyland, Mrs., G. G. 

Young, J. M. 

WILMINGTON. 
Westminster College. 

WIND GAP. 
Leibert, Geo. 

WITMER STA. 
Musselman, C. 

Wro.MING. 
Hutchings, J. A. 

YORK. 

Bell, Geo. \V. 
Boll, Henry. 
Broomel, Schmidt & Co. 
Chambers, Thos., & Co. 
Children's Home. 
City Bank. 
City Hotel. 
County Alms House. 
Court House. 
Dale & Hart. 
Dempwolf, C. H. 
Ebert, H. A. 
Elliott's, \V. D., estate. 
Farmers' Ins. Co. 
Farquhar, A. B. 
First M. E. Church. 
Frey, Motler & Co. 
Frey, Enoch. 
Getz & Horn. 
Hirsch, D. F. 
Hoffman, Amos. 
Killer, David. 
Kraber, E. I., & Sons. 
Kunkle, Wm. 
Lehmaycr & Bros., store. 
Marshall, L. W. 
Mane, Edward. 
McClennan & Gatwalt. 
Miller, E. J. 
Myers, Mrs. S., store. 
National Hotel. 
Patton, Jno., & Co. 
Reeker, Fred, 
Schultz, D. P. 
Small, D. E., estate. 
Small,©. A. & S. 
Smith, Wm., & Co. 
Stall, O. B. & A. 
St. .Mary's R. C. Church. 
Stacey, J. W. 



Stuck, O. 

Stuckler, D. E., residence. 

Thomas, J. F. 

Throne, Jno. M. 

Torry, David. 

Trinity Reformed Church. 

Weiser, Carl, & Son. 

Weist, P. C. 

Your County Bank. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

ANTHONY. 

Capwell, J. H. 
James, D. 
Sisson, N. E. 
Whipple, J. R. 

BRISTOL. 
Church, Samuel W. 

EAST PRO. CENTRE. 
Judkins, F., residence. 

JOHNSTONE. 
Eaton, Edward, residence. 

NEWPORT. 
Burdick, Clark, residence. 
Golet, Odgen, residence. 
Granby, C. E. 

Havemeyer, T. E., residence. 
Langley & Sharpe. 
Lynch & Sullivan. 
Mawton, Mr., residence. 
Morgan, E. D. 
Newport Gas Light Co. 
Powell, John H., residence. 
Sherman, Watt, residence. 
Van Allen, Mr., residence. 

PAWTUCRET. 
Bryant, E. B. 

Pawtucket Steam & Gas Pipe Co. 
Roy, Elmer M. 

PROVIDENCE. 

Aldrich, E. K. 

Aldrich House. 

Almy, E. C, & Co. 

Briston Hotel. 

Brown, A. W. 

Chamsilver, S. B. 

Chase, Geo., F. 

City Hall. 

Coggeshall, F. 

Cole, C. J., residence. 

Conroy, James C. 

Darling, M. V. P. 

Earle & Prew. 

Eaton, Edward, residence. 

Evans, John. 

Farnham, E., residence. 

Fitzgerald, M. 

Heath, Wm. G., & Co. 

Hotel Perrin. 

Kingsbury, E. B. 

Luther, 11. P. 



Masonic Hall. 

National Exchange Bank. 

Perry, Wm. N. 

Providence Steam & Gas Pipe Co. 

Reed, J. B. 

Rumford Chemical Works. 

Sherman, Wm. D., residence. 

Slater, A. B. 

Smith, J. M. 

Stone, Lorenzo, residence. 

Tierney, P. & J. 

Wilkinson Building. 

Winsor, Ira, it Co. 

SAYLESVILLE. 

Clarke. G. M. 

WAKEFIELD. 

Sheldon, G. W., & Co. 

Wakefield National Bank building. 

WELLESLEY. 
B. & A. R. R. depot. 
Porter, F. H. 

WELLESLEY HILLS. 

B. & A. R. R. depot. 

WESTERLEV. 

Crandle, Dr. H. W. 
Deysdale, Robert. 
Kenyon, Herbert. 
Newton Flats. 
Prestwick & Fuller. 

WOONSOCKET. 
Ballow, Chas. E., residence. 
Foss -Memorial Building. 
Greene, James W., residence. 
Mowry, Wm. C, residence. 
" Patriot " building. 
Talcott, C. W. 

The Dr. Seth Arnold Medical Corporation. 
Warfiekl, A. B., & Co. 

SCOTLAND. 

GLASGOW. 

Combe, James, & Son. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

CHAltLE.STOX. 

Cameron & Barclay. 

Charleston Cotton Mills. 

Charleston Fire Dept. Co. 

Charleston Hotel. 

City Hall. 

City Hospital. 

Cohon & Triest. 

Court House. 

Courtnay Public School. 

Mallonce, J. C. 

Pitcher, C. S. 

Rodgcrs, Frank J., residence. 

Scotch Presbyterian Church. 

Shepard, Dr. Chas. U., residence. 

Steamer " Pocosin." 

Taylor, Frank F., residence. 



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The " News & Courier." 
Valk, C. R., residence. 
Valk & Murdoch. 
Wagener, Geo. A., residence. 
Wallier, Evans & Cogswell. 

COI-UMBIA. 
The Oliver Oil Co. 

ROCK HII.I.. 
Rock Hill Construction Co. 

TEXAS. 

AUSTIN. 

Gerhard Hardware Co. 

Tips, Walter. 

State Blind Asylum. 

State Deaf & Dumb Asylum. 

State Lunatic Asylum. 

BRENHAN. 
Giddons, Col. D. E. , residence. 

CORPUS CHRISTIE. 
Carroll, Chas. 

CORSICAJfA. 
Drane & Son, offices. 
Navarro County Prison. 
Orphan Asylum buildings. 

CROCKETT. 
Smith, Rev. John B. 

DALiAS. 
Dallas County Record building. 
Martens, William. 
Tompkins, M. & I., & Co. 

EI, PASO. 
Wells-Fargo Express. 

FORT WORTH. 
Higly, L. 

Hoffman, W. H., Imp. Co. 
Lake, W. F. 
Powell, E. H. 

GALVESTON. 
Avenue K Public School. 
Avenue L Public School. 
Beach Hotel. 
May & Wainwright. 
Redfield, E. F., & Co. 
Second District School. 
Stuart, J. C. 
Tremont House. 
West End School. 

GATESVILXE. 
Brook, F. S. 
Texas State Reformatory. 

HOUSTON. 
Board of Trade building. 
Capital Hotel. 
Cleveland. W. D., .S: Co. 
Heiner, Eugene G. 
House, T. W., building. 
Houston Cotton Exchange. 
Hutchins House. 
H. & T. C. R. R. depot. 
Medfired, E. 
Morris, J. R., Sons. 



Rbperences. 

Otter. W. W. 
The Redfield Co. 
Turco-Russian Baths. 

PARIS. 
Paris Water Works. 
Thomas, J. D. 

THORP'S SPRING. 

Add Ran University. 

TENNESSEE. 

BOLIVAR. 

Western Hospital for Insane. 

CHATTANOOGA. 
Geise, Conrad, & Co. 
Gibson & Love Mfg. Co. 
James, C. E, & Co. 
.Marshall, W. S. , residence. 
McGowen & Cooke, printers. 
Read House. 
Richardson building. 
Richardson, Jno. P., cS: Bros. 
Richmond, Theo., residence. 
Southern Lumber Co. 
Stanton House. 
Whigham, R., Plumbing Co. 

CLARKSVILLE. 
Aheran, Jas. P. 
Tucket, T. D. 
Wilson, Dr. C. G. 

.JACKSON. 
Court House. 

Post Office. 

KNOXVILI-E. 

Comfert, James. 

Deaderick, C. 

E. T., Y. & G. R. R. depot. 

Kurth, Chas. 

Palace Hotel. 

Rourke, M. F. 

Schubert's Hotel. 

The D. B. Bayles Stove Co. 

Van Deventer, J. 

MESrPHIS. 

Browne, J. W. 
Coleman & Co. 
Jones, Drs. H. & K., offices. 
Latting & Bailey. 
Memphis City Bank. 
Schatlenberg, Keith & Co. 
Toof, S. C, residence. 
Wellford. J. L.. residence. 

NASHVILUE. 
Duncan & Gaines. 
Duncan, Wm. 
Grewar, David. 
Mooney & Blaine. 
Nashville Machine Co. 
Nelson, Chas. 
Perry Machine Co. 
Perry, W. H. 
Tenn. Range Mfg. Co. 
Thompson, H. C. 
West End Church. 



RIDGEDAtE. 

Divine, S. W. 

SOUTH PITTSBURGH. 

Perrv Stove Mfg. Co. 

South Pittsburgh City Co. 

Tenn. Cnal, Iron & R. R. Co., offices. 



UTAH. 



MURRAY. 

Haynes, Henrv. 

OGDEN. 

Doyle & Hulverson. 

Driver, George. 

Fife, W. N. 

First National Bank. 

Funge, W. W. 

PBOVO CITY. 

Pike, Dr. W. R. 
Territorial Insane Asylum. 

S.4UT LAKE CITY. 

Benedict, Dr. Jos., residence. 

Burton, John H., Archt. 

Conklin, J. C. 

Connelly, Mrs. T. D. 

Daly, John J. 

David, James & Co. 

Deseret National Bank. 

EUerbeck, T. W., Supt. Salt Lake City Gas 

Co. 
Farrell. J. W., & Co. 
First National Bank. 
Fox & Svmons. 
Graves, Dr. W. H. 
Heesch & Ellerbeck. 
Herald Office Building. 

Hills, L. S., Cashier Deseret National Bank. 
Karrick, L. C. 
McComick, W. S. 
McCune, A. W. 
Midgley & Sons. 
Moran, P. ]. 
Park, Boyd. 
Paul, Capt. Sam'l. 
Pitt, W. H.. residence. 
Roberts, Bolivor. 
Salisbury, O. J. 
Salt Lake Daily Tribune. 
Salt Lake Herald. 
Sebree, Howard. 
Utah & Montana Machinery Co. 
Wasatch Office Building. 
Webber. T. G.. residence. 
Z. C. M. I. Block. 

VERMONT. 

I5ARRE. 

McKanna & Griffin. 

BELLOWS FALLS. 

Allber & Bodine. 
Brown, A. H. & T. H. 
Fairbank & Labaree. 

BENNINGTON. 
Adams, Enos, residence. 
Cooper, Chas., residence. 



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Newton's, W. D., building, 
Post Office buildings. 
Tiffany, E. I., residence. 
Tiffany, F. M., residence. 
Valentine's, A. B., building. 
BR.4.MDON. 
Electric Light station. 

BRATTLEBOKO. 

Anderson, John S. 

Brooks, E. F. residence. 

Brooks House. 

Broom, Jno. T., residence. 

Carpenter, E. P., factory. 

Crosby & Adams. 

Crosby. E. 

Crowell, Geo. E., residence. 

Dowley, Geo. T. 

First Baptist Church. 

Fleming, P., & Co, 

Galvin, John. 

Goodhue, F. W., residence. 

Hawley, N. I., residence. 

Herrick, S. M., residence. 

Johnson, A. O. 

Leonard & Noess, residences. 

Leonard, Wm., residence. 

Marshall, O. A. 

May. A. V., residence. 

People's National Bank. 

Pratt, Andrew, residence. 

Punce & Gregg. 

Robertson, Wm. 

Roess, Jno. D., residence. 

Sawyer, N. A., residence. 

Sherman, S. H. 

Town Farm buildings. 

Vermont National Bank. 

Walker, Rev. Dr., residence. 

White, E., residence. 

White, Norris, residence. 

While, U. H. 

Whitney, E. D., residence. 

Whitney, F. A., residence. 

Whitney, I. D., residence. 

BUKIXNGTO". 
Blodgett, G. S., & Co. 
Clnarec, Rev. J. M., residence. 
Griffin, Jno., & Son. 
Kingsland, A. B. 
Lanan, J. E. 
Mellor, John, residence. 
Nash & Roche. 
Peck, E. W., residence. 
Reed, C. C, residence. 
Smith, Wm., residence. 
Stiles, R. S., residence. 
Wheelock & Kingsland. 
Willard, Dr. A. J. 

DCMMERSTON. 

Pratt, R. W. 



Wait, C. J. 



FACTORY POINT. 



H.4RTrORD. 

French, Watson & C<i. 

LYNDON CENTRE. 
Lyndon Institute. 

MANCHESTER CENTRE. 

Connor, A. B., residence. 

Wait, C. W., store. 

Wyman, Dr. E. L., residence. 

MANCHESTER DEPOT. 

Conner, A. C. 

MONTPELIEB. 

Adams, W. E., store and residence. 
Houghton, J. C, residence. 
Lyons, P. L. 
Page, John A., residence. 
Peck, John W. 
The Pavilion Hotel. 
Washington County Court House. 
NEWPORT. 

Carwell, H. 
Crane, W, D. 
Grandy, C. E. 
Lane & Davis. 
Root, H. S. 
True & Blanchard. 

NORTH BENNINGTON. 

Simmons, H. C. 

POULTNEY. 

Moseley-Stoddard Mfg. Co. 
PROCTOR. 
Johnson, Dr. J. G., residence. 

RUTLAND. 
Bailey, Wayne, residence. 
Bardwell House. 
Chaffee, Geo. T., residence. 
Channell, C. E. 
Dunn & Cramton. 
Gaffeny, Rev. Thos., residence. 
Gould, J. A., residence. 
Landon, W. C, store. 
Meldon, Mrs. Mary, residence. 
Stearns, M., residence. 
St. Mary's Catholic School. 
Sullivan, .Mrs. Catherine, residence. 
Velequette, E. A. 
Wyman, Dr. E. L. 

ST. ALBANS. 
Greene & Clark. 
Noble, G. C, residence. 

ST. JOHNSBl BY. 
Bray, W. J. 
Doran, H. W., & Co. 
First National Bank. 
Merchants' National Bank. 
St. Johnsbury House. 
Thompson & Goss. 

WEST RANDOLPH. 

Lamson, J. H. 
Mclntyre, Dr. 

WHITE RIVER JCNCTION. 

Nott, H. L. 

Windsor State Prison. 



VIRGINIA. 

AHINC.DON. 
Palmer, G. W. 

ALEXANDRIA. 

Cogans', Wm. Sons. 

Fowler, Jno. S., residence. 

Janney, Maj., E. H., residence. 

Lannon, John. 

Opera House. 

Smoot, C. C, & Sons, factory. 

BERKLEY. 
Baker, Capt., O. S., residence. 
Brown, Dr., residence. 

BLACKSBURG. 
Lomax, Gen., L. L.. residence. 
Virginia, A. & M. College. 

CLOTERDALE. 
Cocke, C. H. 

CROZET. 
Miller, Manual. Labor School. 

DAN•^^LLE. 
Fitzgerald, Geo. T., & Co. 
Newton House. 

EARMVILLE. 

Farmville Mfg. Co. 
Presbyterian Church. 

FREDERICKSBl'RG. 

Fleming, D. E. 
Hurkamp, A. G. 
Presbyterian Church. 

GRAFTON. 
Sincil, A. 

HAMPTON. 

Goodrich, E. O. 

National Home for Disabled Soldiers. 

Normal and .Agricultural Institute. 

HARRISONBURG. 
Thomas & Bowman. 

LY-NCHBURG. 
Cleland, Jas. , & Son. 
Coe, W. W. 

Faulkner & Hanory, store. 
Guggenheimer Building. 
Johnsons, F. D., & Sons, store. 
Kinmer, Wm., residence. 
Law Building. 
National Bank. 
National Hotel. 
New Arlington Hotel. 
Smith, G. W., residence. 
Watts & Ryland, store. 

MARION. 

Hull, D. B. 

So. Western Lunatic .\sylum. 

MOfNT JACKSON. 
Pennabackin, F. S., residence. 

NORFOLK. 
Barnes, J. B. 
Barracks, Marine. 
Centenary M. E. Church. 
City Gas Light Co. 
Cumberland St. M. E. Church. 
Davis, W. B., residence. 



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Dey, G. W.. residence. 

Griffeth, E. J., & Co. 

Groner, V. D. 

Gutman, I., residence. 

Guy, E. E., residence. 

Isidor, Leslie. 

Johnson, H. W., residence. 

Lauler, J. J. 

LeKies,, J. B., residence. 

McCullough, A. A., residence. 

Morris, Chas. S., residence. 

Xaval Constructors' Building. 

Retreat for the Sick. 

Santos, R. \V. 

Selden, Miss Julia. 

St. James Hotel. 

St. Vincent's Hospital. 

Thain, A. P. 

Thorne, .\. P. 

Trice, W. H. H., residence. 

Walke, Henry. 

Woodward, C. A. 

Y. M. C. A. Building. 

FETERi^BCKGR. 

Brady, J. B. 

Central Lunatic Asylum. 

PORTSMOUTH. 

Griffith, E. J. & Co. 

PUIASKI CITY. 

Bertha Zinc Co. 
Jones, Thos. 

RICHMOXD. 

Ballard Hotel. 

Bargamin, G. & A. 

Bowers, John. 

Brecker, Henry. 

Christian, E. D., residence. 

Cohen Co., store. 

Exchange Hotel. 

First Regiment Armorj-. 

Gaines & Glover. 

Harris, A. T., residence. 

Lindsay, J. L. 

Morris Street School. 

P. Whitlock Tobacco Mfg. 

Regester J., & Son. 

Rose, Jno. E, & Co. 

Shanks, John. 

Shanks & Barrett. 

Saunders, E. A., residence. 

Smith & Courtney. 

Tanner & Delaney Engine Co. 

Tanner, W. E., residence. 

Thomas, Mrs. Jas., residence. 

Young Men's Christian Assn. 

West & Branch. 

ROANOKE. 
Grieder, B. S. 
Rust, Walter. 

SAIEM. 
Carper, R. J. 



ST.\rNTON. 

Bargamin, C. 

Blackley, Jas. H., residence. 
Hudson, W. A., residence. 
Summerson, W. F., residence. 
Waller, W. H., residence. 

SUFFOLK. 

Sherman, G. A. 

VIRGUriA BEACH. 

Crittenden, S. E. 

Norfolk & Va. Beach R. R. Imp. Co. 

WEST porsT. 
Adams, P. H. 

WHITE POST. 
Conrad, W. G. 

AVU-UAaiSBURGH. 
Eastern Lunatic Asylum. 

WINCHESTER. 
Barton, R. P. 

WASHINGTON. 

EAGL£ CLIFF. 

Hume, Wm. 

OL.TMPIA. 

First National Bank. 
Olympia Hotel. 
Sisters' Hospital. 

SEATTLE. 

Academy of the Holy Name. 
Central School. 
Colonial Block. 
Machintosh, A., residence. 
Miles, Z. C, & Co. 
Moran Bros. & Durie. 
Occidental Hotel. 
Providence Hospital, 
Russell House. 

Russell's, Mrs., " Select Hotel." 
Seattle Plumbing & Supply Co. 
The Boston Block. 
Toklas & Slingerman, building. 
SPOKAXE FALLS. 
Boyd, J. H., & Co. 
HoUey, Mason, Marks & Co. 
Sacred Heart Hospital. 

TACOMA. 
Barlow & Catlin. 
Borthwick, Dr. , residence. 
Cady, H. A., residence. 
Clements, H. C, residence. 
Collier & Hartenberg Building. 
Collyer & Hartenbery. 
Drum, Henry, residence. 
Emerson School. 
Fraser, W. , residence. 
Gross Bros., building. 
Honey, A. A. 
Hotel Fife. 
Hotel Rochester. 
Olds, T. T. 
Olympium Hotel. 



Presbyterian Church. 

Rice, E. Jr., residence. 

Sprague, Gen. J. W. 

Sullivan, M. C. 

Tacoma Opera House. 

The N. P. R. R. General Office building 

The Tacoma National Bank. 

Thompson, W. J., residence. 

VAXCOrTEB. 
House of Providence. 

WALLA WALL.\. 
The Territorial Penitentiarv. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

ALDERSON. 

Alderson Hotel. 
Howell, Clark. 

BENRY. 
Benry, J. L. 

BETH.\>Y. 

Eyster, J. A. 

Pendleton. W. K., residence. 

BLOCKSBURG. 
Carper, R. H. 

CHARLESTON. 
Charleston Water Works. 
Howell, Shanklin & Dowman. 

COAL VALLEY. 
Montgomery. J. C. 

GORMANIA. 
McCrum, L. L. 

HCNTINGDOS. 
Florentine Hotel. 
Smith, J. O. 

MARTIMSBURO. 
Cline, Conrad, residence. 
Emmert & Fiery, store. 
Farrin, John, & Co. 
Faulkner, Judge Chas. J., residence. 
Faulkner, Mrs. Mary, residence. 
Fitsy, John, residence. 
Flick, Hon. W. H. H., residence. 
Grammar Public School building, 
Hannis Distillery Co., office. 
Jones, W. L. 

MORGANTO'WN. 
Methodist E. Church. 

PARKERSBURG. 
Hotel Blennerhassett. 
Ohio River R. R. depot & offices. 
Turner, Chas. H. 

R.ANCETERTE. 

Ranceverte Foundry Co. 

WHEELING. 

Baggs, A. J., residence. 
Harr, Wm., & Son. 
Hibberd, Geo., & Son. 
Hubbard, Hon. W. P., residence. 
Trimble & Lutz. 

WYTHEVILLE. 
Wadlev, H. G. 



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APPLKTON. 

Harrimaii. Judge J. E., residence. 
Jeuss, Adolph, residence. 
Patterson, W. S , & Co. 
Rieves, Dr. J. L., residence. 
Waverly House. 
Whorten. John H., residence. 
Whorten, \Vm. G., residence. 

ASHLAND. 
McMinder, E. J. 
The Northwest Heating Co. 

BAYFIELD. 
Bayfield County Court House. 

BLACK KIVEK FALLS. 

Pope's, Colonel, residence. 

CHIPPEWA FALLS. 

Chippewa Lumber & Broom Co. 
Stanley House. 

EAU CLAIRE. 
Bailey, W. F. 

FON DU LAC. 
Davis, Mrs., residence. 
Fon du Lac Hospital. 

GREEN BAY. 
Britton, D. W., residence. 
Comte, A. J. 

LA CUOSSE. 
Austen, Hon. M., " Mayor." 
Fall, James, residence. 
Freeman, A. A., Co., office. 
Roosevelt, W. A., & Co. 
Roosevelt, W. A., residence. 

MANITANIC. 
Moffett, Hodgkins & Clark. 
MAKSTON. 
Heath, J. T. 

MILWAUKEE. 
Adler, D. 

Belvidere Building. 
Chapman, F. A., & Co. 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R. station 
Coogan, M., & Co. 
Finney, J. N. 
Fourth District School. 
Grassier & Gezelschap. 
Hoffman & Billings Mfg. Co. 
Johnson, J. B., residence. 
Light Horse Squadron Armory. 
Mack Block. 

Mendels, H. M., residence. 
O'Connor, \V. P., residence. 
Pawling & Hamishfaeger. 
Rundle, Spence & Co. 
Stark Bros. & Co. 
State Normal School. 
St. Hyacinth Catholic Church. 



I^EFERENCES. 

St. Paul depot building. 

The Bayley Steam Heating Co. 

Twelfth District School. 

Windsor Hotel. 

Y. M. C. Ass'n building. 

OCONOMOWOC. 
Lorleberg, H. 

OSHKOSH. 
Amos, Frank. 
Bowen, Capt. 
Brown, R. C, residence. 
Campbell, Rob., residence. 
Cook, O., residence. 
Cranford, W. H., residence. 
Dempsey, L. 

Doughty, Benj., residence. 
Foster, Carlton. 
Gould, James P., residence. 
Hutchinson, K. M., residence. 
Loper, Mrs. 1. R. 
McKoy, H. W., residence. 
McMillen, R., residence. 
Morgan, John. 
Quaw, Clayton. 
Rundle, C. L. 

Wakeman, Wm. J., residence. 
Washburne, Hon. G. VV. 
Watterman, S. 
Webb & Rundle. 

RACINE. 
Bull, Wakely. 
Davis, O. C. 
Elliot, Mrs. Jas. 

SHEBOYGAN. 
Barrows, A. S. 
Dillingham, J. 
Frank Yeele Hardware Co. 
Lawrence. F. 
Rineking, Dr. 
Treat, Mrs. E. H. 
Zimmerman Julius. 

ST. CROIX. 
Baker, J. S. 

STEVENS POINT. 
Cook, R. A. 

WAUKESHA. 

Waukesha County Jail. 

WEST SUPERIOR. 
First National Bank. 
Knapp, \. Jay. 
National Implement Co. 
Towes Hotel. 

ZANESVILLE. 
King, Wm. T. 
Lowell, L. E. 
Smith, D. P. 
Valentine, A. M. 



WYOMING. 



CHEYENNE. 

Carey's, Judge J. M., & Bro., buildings. 

Carey's, Judge J. M., residence. 

Catholic Church. 

Catholic Convent. 

Cheyenne National Bank Block. 

Collens, J. W. 

Davids, E. C, residence. 

Dolan, T. P., & Co. 

Holt, Geo. L. , store. 

Kent, T. A., residence. 

Masten, Charles, residence. 

Means, F. 

Morgan, George F., residence. 

Post, M. E., residence. 

Ritchell, A. F. 

Sun Building. 

Swan, A. H., residence. 

Swan, W. R., & Co. 

Tompkins, J. N. 

Truckley & Van Dyke, store. 

Zehner, Jackson & Bucher, store. 

LARAMIE CITY. 

Albany Co. National Bank. 
Arnold, S. B., residence. 
Cordiner & Bruekner. 
Cordiner, Wm., residence. 
Crumrine, E., residence. 
Dawson, M., residence. 
Gramm, Otto, residence. 
Marsh & Cooper's market. 
Peabody, U. S., residence. 
Reilly, C. J. 

Roman Catholic Church. 
Simons, J. H. 
Symmons, J. K., residence. 
Thomas, Mr., residence. 
Willeston, W., residence. 
Wyoming National Bank. 
Wyoming University. 

OGDEN. 
Zitman, L. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 

NEW WESTMINSTER. 

St. Mary's Hospital. 

VICTORIA. 
Arcade Building. 
Fisher, E. H., residence. 
Spencer, D. 
St. Ann's Convent. 
St. Joseph's Hospital. 
Y. M. C. A. Building. 



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